I'm not running into anything. I'm not sure how many times I need to detail to you that I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT CLOUD SERVICE, but it seems three hasn't been enough.
one more time: why, until recently, have you been able to rip a CD into itunes for playback on another device, but have been unable to do the same (legally/easily/whatever) with movies for well over a decade since the tech has been available? Yes, laptops with video playback, video ipods, etc have been around for years and years now.
And re cloud playback: amazing how quickly we were able to load up our existing music for playback from the "cloud" free of charge (again except for paying to "rent" space), but somehow films require another payment. Listening to someone attempt to rationalize the difference has been nothing but humorous thus far.
music: ok! movies: no way! Sorry James, just the way it is. Just like how it was impossible to move your DVD collection to your itunes account for over a decade (and really still can't without a bona fide "digital copy"). 'Legal wranglings", you know?
Amazing how the music side got sorted nearly overnight in comparison.
Inclines one to believe ONE industry was MUCH more open to the idea than another.
My Parlor and Theatre: "Jimbo's Dugout" : http://www.avsforum.com/forum/15-gen...re-parlor.html
Actual phone call (see pic to left):
Tech (responding to laughter): "I'm sorry sir, did I miss something?"
Me: "Yeah, a case of Diet Mountain Dew walking across my living room."