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Old 08-08-07, 12:07 PM   #3
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Default Re: BDA disabling BD-R/RE playback in new Blu-Ray standalones & firmwares to curb piracy!

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Originally Posted by |MaguS|
BDMV is just the advance menu systems, you can still encode videos for playback... just would look cheap now.
Not only does it look cheap with junk menus, but it also makes true backups impossible. Do we really need a format with less functional media than our current format?
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