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RE: Clever Marketing

> -----Original Message-----
> From: JimErkson at aol.com [mailto:JimErkson at aol.com]
> Regarding DIVX marketing--
> >From what I had read recently on DIVX, the intention was not
> that the disc be
> thrown away after use, but kept so that it can played again
> another day (after
> encrypted approval via modem and a credit card charge).   Has
> this "feature"
> been scrapped?
And, Christopher Bacon post :
I thought I read somewhere that there was supposed to be a way you could
up, pay more money, and they'd send a code to your player that would
rejuvenate the disks for a few more plays.

No, it was mentioned, I just glossed over it. In fact, it is available in a
tiered format. $3.25 to view the disc after the initial 48 hours have
expired, or to view it on another player; and $10-20 to permanently
unscramble the disc.

CB Gaines,colorist
Monaco Video, S.F.

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