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Re: How can legit distribution go to $0 prices?
said by Karl Bode: My laptop can not play back legit DVD's but pirated dvds works fine (aka 700MB AVI's) and there is not wrong with my dvd-burner
Exactly. Steam works to help erode piracy because it makes buying games simple, cheap, and easier that having to use BitTorrent to download, compile rars, install a crack, etc. A functional, inexpensive video service would be equally appealing....of course such a product would erode traditional legacy platforms which is precisely why they don't try. They'd just rather complain about piracy and lobby for awful laws like SOPA.
burns and reads disks fine.
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said by Anonymous_:That would be the CSS encryption on a DVD. Once you are able to get through that, you'd be able to play a normal DVD just fine.
My laptop can not play back legit DVD's but pirated dvds works fine (aka 700MB AVI's) and there is not wrong with my dvd-burner
..either that or the DVD player software (pre-Windows 7) isn't working correctly.
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