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Old 09-08-2008, 02:42 PM   #14
TallMomof2
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I recently purchased a program that scoops out video and audio files from their containers as long as you own a valid license for the files. DRMed music and videos I purchased are now no longer restricted to a particular device. This program takes the contents and converts to them to the container of your choice. Windows DRMed Media files can now be converted and viewed on Apple products and vice versa.

Personally, I would love to see something like that for ebooks and documents. As long as I have a valid license I should be able to read the document on any device I own. I do not have the programming expertise to do this not by a long shot.
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