So I've been reading up on this Cinavia and have a couple of questions. I rip my Blu and dvd's as MKV's so I can store them on my home server. From what I understand, TMT (which I use as my primary playback program) has implemented the Cinavia protection in it's latest update and apparently renders ripped copies of movies unplayable. Now I am definitely not an advocate for piracy, however, I do like the option of streaming my media. I have not updated my older version of TMT because of Cinavia and was curious about VLC player. SInce that is an open source program, I'm assuming that that can still be used to play MKV, Cinavia protected copies without any issues correct? Between Windows 8 not including WMC and now this Cinavia nonsense, us HTPC afficianado's definitely have an uphill battle to maintain out streaming wants.
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10/29/12 at 2:00pm