Cinema on Web partners with DivX Networks to fight piracy

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I just posted the article Cinema on Web partners with DivX Networks to fight piracy.

 In the  early days of DivX, it was a very popular freeware MPEG4 product which could  compress a DVD to the size of a CD, while retaining a fairly high quality  picture.  Now that DivX...
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#2

WTF is Bollywood?


#3

India’s Hollywood. Lots of music, lots of romance, lots of dancing. Suprisingly good even though I don’t speak Hindi.


#4

Welcome to the rest of the world :wink:


#5

well theres a turn up for the books why can they offer a movie at $5 yet the studios wanted $10 $12 per movie just goes to show ya if the price is right well…


#6

Ofcourse COW’s are sacred in India…


#7

There’s a news item on VideoLan.org about possible GNU violations by Cinema on the Web of VideoLan and Xvid here: http://www.videolan.org/pr2005-1.html