Originally Posted by Sammy2
Not yet for live TV content with copy once flags or DRM.
Sadly, the market is just small enough that there isn't a strong enough incentive to create workarounds for this. Thus, if you actually want some freedom to control your media, there is no legal way to do so. DRM just pushes folks into.. ahem.. piracy. Honestly, there is a large part of me that would prefer to cut cable TV entirely and rely on other methods of obtaining the shows I want to watch, simply because it's much more enjoyable to be able to store them for a later time without having to worry about what happens if the hardware in my HTPC has a problem. Current DRM schemes are designed entirely to lock people out of doing things on their own, and to lock everyone into low quality media company-controlled boxes. Given the way that WMC has been abandoned, I'm waiting for a miracle DTCP-IP option to show up. If it doesn't, I'm probably moving away from giving the cable company any more money for TV content before much longer. I hope for Ceton's sake that the Echo can be made to have a DTCP-IP client--otherwise, they'll be lucky just to break even on this thing in the long run.