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08-14-2009 03:22 PM - edited 08-14-2009 03:34 PM
That works, too, though I suspect an enterprising soul might be able to grab 320 by 240 images directly from you and thus bypass their DRM... I know it was trivial to monitor your HID calls to set the backlight color, at least. Not that a DirectShow filter wouldn't have that issue, too, though with the filter you could just reencode it directly and get higher quality video, of course.
04-19-2012 03:13 PM
So.. let me get this straight.
You sell a keyboard that says it plays "movies" and even, in the browser window states you should select your "movie" directory.
When, in fact, it doesn't play any movies at all. Because the only truly LEGAL digital format (for a "movie") is .m4v...
Might want to think about changing your advertisements before you get slapped with a lawsuit since you only support downloaded video clips and illegal videos.
Sending this POS back to Amazon.. took me an hour just to get past the issues with installation everyone seems to be having only to find out .. oops, false advertising.