[QUOTE=Kerry56;2530836]We can help with DRM placed on legal downloads. This means you must have a license for these files…a legal right to watch them since you have [B]purchased[/B] them.
There are a number of legal download sites, like iTunes and Amazon.com which place DRM on the videos they offer. If you have purchased such a file and cannot play it back at all, you should contact the site from which you have bought the video.
If you wish to make a copy of such a legal download, to save it on a disk or shift formats, you should look into a commercial program called Tunebite.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=olyteddy;2530834]Do you have the license for them? If you can play them in say VLC, you can re-stream them to another format. If you ain’t got the license, I believe you are basically hosed.[/QUOTE]
ya i noticed this when i tryed to play music and music videos that were protected but the protection DRMs have expired and are outdated. Plus there aren’t any valid media usage rights updates avalible on the web anyware. so i’ve been trying to file a program to bipass the DRM protection so i can play them. the website that i got the files from has either changed domians, was sold, got deleted, or disaperd into thin air (<joking on this 1).