Could his be another indication that DRM isn’t welcome in this day and age? We’re talking about the problems that several theaters in Germany experienced after they tried to screen the 3D versions of Avatar with problematic encryption for preview screenings. Reports indicate that after a few hours of trying to get the movie to play in 3D, some theaters eventually gave up and reverted to 2D. Have you experienced any DRM-related woes before? Let us know your experience via the comments section.
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