View Full Version : Code-protected video play (STEAM for adult) as an anti-piracy solution

02-21-2014, 02:05 PM
Is there any perspective to coding the downloadable(or even flash) videos in a way that would make a person enter a certain code or run a certain program in the background to view them, say, without a huge watermark sign in the middle?

I believe adult companies could learn a few tricks from the way STEAM is working with video games.

The adult version of STEAM could be a billion-dollar idea... or a total bust. What do you guys think?

02-21-2014, 03:08 PM
Microsoft was pushing their DRM hard, but apparently most of the music distributors (like Sony for example) decided not to use it. I guess that's why all the music history is widely available across various torrents and free download sites.

02-21-2014, 03:53 PM
DRM is the wrong way to go

why not encode the username into the videos, so when pirated videos show up all over from the same user, you know he released it and sue him