Nvidia unveils PureVideo HD for Blu-ray & HD DVD playback

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I just posted the article Nvidia unveils PureVideo HD for Blu-ray & HD DVD playback.

  One of  the leaders in Graphics adaptors, nVidia has just unveiled its PureVideo HD technology, which  enables HD DVD and Blu-ray video playback on PCs.  The technology combines  hardware...
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#2

As expected!!! Why shall someone need a HDCP “ready” display to watch home made movies? If I buy a HDDV camera and have no DRM requirements to watch my own made movies, are the movie studios entitled to force me to buy a new monitor?


#3

Where does it say that?? They are just talking about retail movies not home made movies do some research first.


#4

aint nobody forcing anyone to go out and buy the new bitz n peices is there ? boycott the lot and show em who is boss we are without us they dont excist fact


#5

Forced compliance comes to mind, as all new hardware will have these ‘features’ built in to ‘help’ the customer. Just don’t buy the movies and they will feel like fools.


#6

Someone will make a utility, like anydvd, I am sure, that will bypass all of these protections on the monitor. Something to send a false signal to the monitor for it to play. These companies attempt at limiting consumers’ rights will fail because NOTHING is 100 percent unbreakable! :X


#7

Yeah, give me an old, good CRT, like the ones SONY once made, with HDCP. Im waiting for a freeware decoder that could use the GPU for decoding.