Using software that creates DVD video burning them directly onto the media (Windows DVD Maker), but not always burn is successful, so my idea is: if WinCDEmu allow you to create a virtual burner that creates a virtual DVD on your hard disk , for example via a crafted image of type *. ISO, I could tell the software to burn through the virtual burner, they can then check the result without having to risk every time you throw a physical DVD.
The problem is that creating a “Virtual CD/DVD burner” is somewhat around 5x complexity of WinCDEmu. So, unless there are volunteers to implement it, I would recommend other ways of “burn-testing”.
BTW, as far as I remember, some CD burning programs can actually create ISO images. Should be the same effect, more or less.
OK. The point about the “protection decoders” is that unless you are a company with a legal department ready to defend you in court, you don’t mess with them.
So, keeping WinCDEmu free and open-source tool means no “protection hacking” tricks.