Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is taking an experimental approach to embedding digital copies of its movies on DVD, including offering a half-dozen catalog titles exclusively through Wal-Mart and two DVD premieres to the entire market.
woow sony did that lol
yeah its kind of old now, Fox is doing it too. It has to do with something that Microsoft requested back in the days. A version to run in a home network.
why would they do that anyways
what's the quality like?, file sizes?
psp videos are around 1-2 gig normally (on UMD)
well you can download a 700MB movie which can be DVD quality
obviously you have never heard of an uploader named "axxo" stop disagreeing with facts.
dont know really
Sony are so stupid its incredible. HA HA HA HA!
I cant wait for "Portable Copy" on Blu-ray titles where you can use the PS3 to transfer a copy of the film on the PSP! Maybe in 2.4
This is awesome...can't wait until this is the norm. That way you have a choice of how to watch your movies without having to purchase different formats. Sony really needs to give up their UMD movies and focus on this.
wait a second. so sony are effectively putting pre-ripped copies on dvd movie discs, as well as the regular movie? this is despite the fact that in an attempt to stop people ripping or copying, they put rootkits on cds and dvds, and developed bd+ in addition to aacs for bluray? now they go ahead and make it even easier? what the hell?
Wel the copy is cpy-protected too.
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