Friday, February 24, 2006

HD DVD to Screw Early HDTV Adopters (And Me)

Slashdot is reporting that to thwart piracy, HD DVD players will only support one quarter of the available resolution for component video output. Unlike DVI, component outputs are analog and have no copy protection. If you have only component outputs, you're screwed. Or if you're like me and you want to use your TV's DVI input for your cable box and its component input for your DVD player, you're also screwed.


Blogger Sefton said...

This is retarded. Just makes me want to pirate more just to piss them off.

10:10 PM  

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