Good luck trying to burn a copy of your favorite DVD now.

RealNetworks agreed to kill DVD-copying software that raised the hackles of movie studios in Hollywood. The company will also pay $4.5 million to cover the studios’ legal fees and costs for the copyright fight that ensued in the Northern District of California. The concessions came in a Monday settlement agreement and a consent judgment, approved by Judge Marilyn Hall Patel on Wednesday.

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