p2pnet news view | DRM:- Thanks to Adobe, the BBC’s DRM-ed iPlayer now ‘allows’ Windows, Mac and Linux users to download programmes.
“Previously, the ability to download programmes was only available for Windows users,” says Aunty.
“Now, the new download manager allows users to view their favourite BBC shows, online or offline, with a high quality solution across operating systems.”
But only for a limited time. And only if you’re in the UK.
It, “lets viewers stream programs for up to seven days after broadcast or download and watch them for up to 30 days,” says the Adobe Air blog, going on that it, “makes use of the Flash Media Rights Management Server (FMRMS) to DRM-protect content which is downloaded to the user’s desktop”.
In other words, it has a little Police application sitting on your computer.
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