we do know, that MacOsX runs on Intel for five years...-
we do know, there's copyprotection/DRM on commercial video DVDs...-
Apple has built in some "commercial DVD DRM" on system level (since 10.0) and announces on Okt 12th legal DVD ripping
now actually we have QT7 and h264....
we get a "DVD" button in iTunes
the limits are: just 1 stream (to a vAE), no re-converting, DRM in h264 streams, playback on up to 5 vPods, etc.pp.
and of course video selling in the iTVS (which allow up to 3 copies...)
which Apple employee said "people cannot rip their DVDs?"
same rules as in music business by installing DRM on system level...-
so, behind the curtain, their is - again - a whole, convenient combo: buy, rip, watch, iTunesRip, iTVS, vPod, vAE and one more thing: I would like to see some "white HiDef video glasses"