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MaynardKrebs
Heave Steve, for the good of the country
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join:2009-06-17
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reply to brianiscool

Re: .264 files

said by brianiscool:

With good compression and video quality You can turn a 25GB blue-ray into a 9GB file. Not to shabby!

Yep. Fit 111 pirated Hollywood movies on a 1TB disk.
Next step is Hollywood lobbies Congress to declare H.265 a "weapon of mass terror" and they make it illegal to possess a movie encoded with it, or even to possess the following characters - H.265 - any where, in any order, on your disk drive.

Kearnstd
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They would never ever do that. It would not be profitable.

Instead they would lobby congress to require any media greater than 750gb have a fee attached per 100gb over the 750 limit be charged to cover piracy. Because in the eyes of Hollywood the only reason anybody needs a 4tb drive is piracy.(They forget that people who have Steam or do graphic arts can chew up terabytes.)
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bn1221

join:2009-04-29
Cortland, NY

My DPM server has a buttload of 2TB drives in it. And no pirated content I assure you.



PapaMidnight

join:2009-01-13
Baltimore, MD
reply to Kearnstd

said by Kearnstd:

They would never ever do that.

Come again?


Sammael1069

join:2011-06-20
united state
reply to MaynardKrebs

He he



John Galt
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reply to MaynardKrebs

said by MaynardKrebs:

Next step is Hollywood lobbies Congress to declare H.265 a "weapon of mass terror" and they make it illegal to possess a movie encoded with it, or even to possess the following characters - H.265 - any where, in any order, on your disk drive.

The law will make it legal to only have no more than 7 movies on them.

Oh, and you must click each time for a movie...no 'autoplay'.

One click = one movie.

Of course, there are people who want to ban movies altogether ("think of the childrens!!")...or make you change the hard drive after watching each movie, but they're extremists and Congress is not likely to sign on to that position.

Well, at least not until they see more money...
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averagedude

join:2002-01-30
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said by John Galt:

said by MaynardKrebs:

Next step is Hollywood lobbies Congress to declare H.265 a "weapon of mass terror" and they make it illegal to possess a movie encoded with it, or even to possess the following characters - H.265 - any where, in any order, on your disk drive.

The law will make it legal to only have no more than 7 movies on them.

Oh, and you must click each time for a movie...no 'autoplay'.

One click = one movie.

Of course, there are people who want to ban movies altogether ("think of the childrens!!")...or make you change the hard drive after watching each movie, but they're extremists and Congress is not likely to sign on to that position.

Well, at least not until they see more money...

^^ 2nd!!! ^^