2) DRM? Are you kidding? That's for those moron dinosaurs who still can't get idea their work on content copying costs nothing as of 2013. If you have to resort to DRM, this implies your business model is screwed up and about to die. It's like forcing someone to buy your wares using a gun to make your wares more attractive. It's not going to work well in long term anyway. You see, those who really want to pirate something never had any troubles with DRM. It only screws up legal users. And increases temption to use pirated content which is never comes with DRM. So pirated content not just cheaper. It also haves better quality due to lack of DRM. Then those idiots complain about piracy. Hey, maye you just show your face to your customers? Showing your butt to your customers would result in getting some painful kicks, lol. There is fairly simple way to kill piracy: make content cheap and convenient to use. Piracy would decline on it's own. If you screw up, there is demand to unscrew. Pirates just serve this demand, nothing more, nothing less.
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ITU Approves H.265 / HEVC Video Codec