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Old 12-21-2019, 07:56 PM
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.......Ironically the video industry is moving to a realm where pirating is becoming easier than actually using the service. And this is ironic because, they gradually moved to a place where piracy was harder. ie, it's not that hard to setup a tuner and record, or just go into netflix and watch something. Or just the DVR that a cable provider supplied. But now that we have so many "streaming" services each with a different interface, video controls and different behaviours across different platforms, it's actually quite a bit easier to just pirate content......
BINGO! It’s way easier to do as you say then it is to make ALL your Roku’s, Apple TV’s, Smart TV’, etc., show, cast, log, search, find, organize and bloody well actually PLAY a program. Last night I nearly threw something at a Netflix program for their intrusive “we’re going to force a promo down your throat instead of watching credits” nonsense. Even though I figured out how to avoid this, NOW I need a Netflix remote ready to go before show’s end.
I never thought I’d prefer TiVo / Sage / Cable over a la carte streaming, but the whole streaming concept is a billing, technical, logistics clusterf@#!
Where’s the Tylenol?
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