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Video footage piracy

Is there some kind of film or screen material that can be applied to a monitor/TV to prevent people from recording what is played?

I manage a thrill ride in which video footage is recorded of guests while on the attraction. Afterward it is played back for guests whether they pre-purchased or not. Legally we own the footage until a purchased copy is handed over to a guest. Sometimes guests who have not purchased our media take out a cell phone or point and shoot camera and attempt to illegally record our products. It's gotten progressively worse each passing year as more and more people use their phones to record almost everything they see.

Does anyone know of a product for our TV/monitor or software for our computer that will distort our video to recording devices during playback but not to the human eye?

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Just an idea.
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RE: Just an idea.

Thanks for the suggestion, we'll definitely look into that option.

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