Wma With Drm (1 Viewer)

mamachan

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    Now we can download wma audio file with DRM in a free and legal way :) (DOWNLOVERS - L'originale non ha prezzo)

    Is possible to listen WMA/DRM file with Mediaportal, or is necessary to use WMP11??
    I try, with WMP11 is all OK (but i don't like it), with MP the files don't start.
    Thanks
    massimo
     

    hwahrmann

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    There is NO way for MP to play DRM protected files, since being an OPenSource project, we won't get the necessary certificates.
    You need to use WMP or iTunes for that.
     

    mamachan

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    There is NO way for MP to play DRM protected files, since being an OPenSource project, we won't get the necessary certificates.
    You need to use WMP or iTunes for that.
    Thanks for you replay:(
     

    mrkaras

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    that is the evil that is DRM. either un-DRM them or better still get them from somewhere that doesn't put DRM on (I know, no where elese to get them free and legal:( ).

    by the way, that site has a notice that it is only available to residents of Italy, San mareno and Vatican city
     

    diehard2

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    There is NO way for MP to play DRM protected files, since being an OPenSource project, we won't get the necessary certificates.
    You need to use WMP or iTunes for that.
    This is not completely accurate. If you use winamp as the MP music player, you can play drm'd files. Look in the the config app. Unfortunately, you lose all of the BASS player goodness. Also, besides being open source, which we could get around by making a closed portion of the mediaplayer, there is a very large fee for being certified. So large that we wouldn't be able to raise it.
     

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