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OS 10.6 - flip4mac wmv is unable to play drm protected content


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Hello guys, today i was trying to watch a video on a site called HDphysiques, I am a member, but the videos don't seem to want to open. I get the following error every time i try to watch a video: flip4mac wmv is unable to play drm protected content. I'm really annoyed by this because it never happened to me with other website, and I also want to download the movies and not just stream them on my web browser. Is there a solution to this problem? Thanks!
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If the files are drm protected then nope because drm wmv files are not playable on OSX. The only real option at this point is to either use bootcamp, or setup a VM with Windows and watch the videos within that.

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