07-23-2009 05:14 PM #1
Japanese Disney Movies To Come Bundled With Micro SD Version
Apparently Japanís Nikkei, a media outlet specializing in technology news, announced that Disney has partnered with Panasonic to sell movies on Micro SD cards this holiday season. This of course allows playback of the media on a great deal of devices, including car GPS systems.
07-24-2009 11:24 AM #2
07-24-2009 11:37 AM #3
Because we all love the idea of people watching movies whilst driving at 65mph in heavy traffic on I95PSN : DaveS1138
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07-24-2009 12:12 PM #4Member
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So what kind of DRM is going to be on these? I'm not aware of any standard DRM schema for SD based videos that are compatible with cell phones and other small devices. Are these going to be unprotected files that folks are just gonna post on the internet?
07-24-2009 10:26 PM #5
(I will have to send that to a few Mac/iPhone-loving addicts I know.)
Y'know, I started thinking that MicroSD maybe was shaping-up as a viable competitor to DVD & BD. To me, that is the next (last?) 'physical media step': movies on tiny flash card, so that you can carry 20 of them with you on the plane in a 2"-square box.
....of course .... then there was the (laughable) reveal of the $50/a piece price tag.
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07-25-2009 10:18 AM #6Member
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This is LONG overdue.
We've had several DVD players that come with SD card readers. It's great to see someone is finally going to experiment with it.
07-25-2009 01:29 PM #7
The days of disc based media may be numbered. The advantages of memory based media are huge - unlimited capacity, potentially unlimited bandwidth, smaller size (too small perhaps?), no moving parts, and already existing standards for the media.
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