EZTakes Download Manager

EZTakes Download Manager

This is a very simple application and it's packed with powerful features
 
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Whenever you download a DVD from EZTakes, the EZTakes DVD Download Manager starts automatically. Although the Download Manager is a very simple application, it's packed with powerful features. The Download Manager efficiently and quickly downloads DVDs from the EZTakes content delivery network. When you decide to burn a DVD, you simply click a "Burn" button in the download manager. EZTakes will unlock the DVD for you and then burn it to a recordable DVD disc, burn an optional backup disc, launch your default DVD player application to view the DVD on your PC, and let you save the DVD permanently on your hard drive.

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david Digital rights management (DRM) is a generic term that refers to access control technologies used by hardware manufacturers, publishers and copyright holders to limit usage of digital media or devices. DRM is controversial and rightfully so, as consumers avoid it wherever and whenever it crops up.

Eztakes and its constant insistance on DRM, is more of a hindrance for any filmmaker and producer. The people who would use download features are realistically not there: they download from p2p sites anyways. DRM does not actually exist, because any content can be downgraded to analog and then digitzed again; thus eztakes' claims of DRM are misleading, if mot false.

For independent producers other and better options such as filmbay ,brosmedia and xing are available. Their networking and distribution features are well beyond the standard fare, suggesting a web 3.0 notion. Indy producers need useful tools. Time will tell how things will pan out, but at least there are some good choices out there.

Dave Wakefield

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