Features Basic Features Works automatically in the background. I've learned a lot today thanks to you guys. So in order to limit their use, they try to hide, or otherwise obfuscate the key, but the fact remains that they have provided the recipient with everything they need to decrypt the message. If you want to use the desktop again, you have to change those settings back. They aren't going anywhere because most folks aren't enthusiasts, have no time except to work like a good hamster should, and will settle for the cheapest way to fall asleep in front of the tube as possible.
I like audio and sub choices too. So then credit card companies are needlessly encrypting customer data as are banks? I prefer to remux lossless into mkv. Anybody who doesn't have the key will see gibberish and be unable to unscramble it to retrieve the original data. It is 4K video of some sort. Then they mux in the audio track from a Blu-ray.
It works only on 64-bit Windows. There was no way I was going to be able to buy using my Credit cards as everytime it was refused payment for some unknown reason. Allows playback of discs requiring a 3D monitor on 2D displays. That's just how computers work. The studios care about piracy but don't want to spend the required money to increase defenses against it, because after all the studio heads don't lose their jobs when piracy costs the studio money, the rank and file employees do.
I'm sure the majority will stay content popping discs in a dedicated player as it is by far the most economical inconvenience up until discs need to replaced due to no backup for one reason or another. That the digital revolution prefers streaming from now on and physical ownership is subpar to a services convenient server rental. Of course the natural hiss of the turntable and recorder would also be present when the tape was played back. Is it 100% certain that the crack has been accomplished and, if not, what % likelihood would you give it and how will 100% certainty in the end be proven -- a bunch of posts on this forum from people who have personally ripped, etc. Some of us prefer quality over cost and share our experience methods to create shortcuts for others as economical as possible. You yourself said you strip out the original menus, trailers, etc.
That was in an era where physical media was still a big seller and 1080P also wasn't negative quality. Our hosted tools are virus and malware scanned with several antivirus programs using. How would closing off a good revenue stream be smarter? At the rate all the pieces have come together, imo, it won't be long until retail software allows us to duplicate the milestone that has been revealed today. I'll do this and let you know. Here's the original discovery article. It is the lossless audio and video steam.
An active internet connection during disc scan. Unless there's a sharp, measurable decline in sales, I just don't see them pulling support. More options is never bad regardless of not necessarily being a fan of a particular developer in some cases. Living in our newborn 1984 police state, I think that none of these questions about our future are beyond the pale. Out of curiosity, if file playback did not exist would you rip a stripped down version of the original disc, burn it to a new disc, and pop that in a dedicated player from now on or burn it 1:1? These may change in the future.
. Been waiting for you to pop in. I almost agree with you but disagree with ripping in concept simply because to date it has required breaking the law to do so; now that most every movie comes with a digital copy, there should be less need for rips. It may be disabled when installing or after installation. It might look and sound pretty good, but it sure ain't perfect. Yeah I agree it can be frustrating reading conflicting information.
At long last, no more scratched records! For my workflow it is perfect. Thanks for doing the comparison. I'm sure there will eventually be a bigger reaction once the dust settles. Prevents automatic launching of unwanted software such as 'InterActual Player'. I could be wrong though. I think last time I used was years ago.