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Thread: Hollywood Alters Movies To Foil Camcorder Pirates

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    I never watch CAM movies anyway... They have a very low quality compared to screeners and DVD rips...

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    Old news, posted two days ago. These new digital cameras are only in use in a few small areas, they are very expensive, and this could take 10 years before the effect trickles down to us.

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    well sorryyyy.......

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    Let's just stay with DVD screeners now.

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    Don't fret, there won't be a shortage of cams anytime soon.
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    I only watch Screeners anyways

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    screeners and dvd rips would be the way to go but if it's a new release then we might want to see it but no matter what the "industry" comes up with to stop piracy "k13pto's" (cleptomaniacs) like me will find a way to get around it. that this quote for the article as an exaple :

    "The "forensic watermark" system is designed to be used with digital projectors, which show movies stored on computer discs rather than traditional 35-millimeter film. Only a small number of theaters have digital projectors, although it is expected that most theaters will go digital by the end of the decade."

    they will be stored in a computer disc.... what's to stop us from ripping the disc.

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