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DRM options for video files on mac


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Hi,

I have a client who wishes to have his video files secured using DRM. Which is the best way to do this for playback on macs as Microsoft DRM will not work.

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I really don't know. Perhaps something in Flash.

Or press the videos to DVD and buy into that DRM scheme.

Seriously though, how well does DRM work? Think about all the ways around it. Only the honest customer will pause if they were thinking of share the file. I suppose that is a small win.

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