I am using WordPress for a membership site for video tutorials where I have a large number of video tutorial links (.flv files) that a member can click on to view the video tutorials. The folder at my server where these .flv files are located is visible to anyone who clicks "view" and "source" for that page or post in their browser. They then have the ability to copy those video tutorial links and my .flv files which are visible in the source for that page or post. Then, with basic html knowledge, they can create a page that will allow them to actually download my video files. They can then use them on their own website or blog for free. I want to protect these files from anyone wanting to download them for free through the "view" and "source" in their browser.
I have a program to encrypt static pages so that to choose "view" and "source" in a browser will return a page with encrypted source files so that my file locations are protected. I also use JV Manager to protect my "download" folder location and files. My question is, can this type of protection be done with WordPress - specifically to encrypt the "source" page of the posts in WordPress?
Any help with this is much appreciated!