http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital...DCP_encryption You don't think big Hollywood studios haven't thought about this yet?
No DCPs have ever been cracked, otherwise piratebay would be full of glorious 4k source copies of Prometheus. I'm not saying it aint possible, I'm just saying it hasn't been done, and if/when it's done then it sure as hell won't be in SA. We don't have projectionists that have the ability to reverse engineer a DCP playback station to get keys.
I expect the movies to be "watermarked" so errant copies can be tracked down. Not worth that, because you'll lose your job & be probably extradited to America to have a merry frolicsome time with the RIAA et al in court...
Rather torrent it if you want to.
Besides, you really don't need 4k on a piddly computer monitor
Ster-Kinekor's problem (and Nu-Metro's) is not film quality or ticket prices -- it's us.... Or at least those of us who now regard it as their civil right to fiddle with their cellphones through movies. Overseas the decline in cinemagoing is attributed largely to this phenomenon. The problem is so bad in some countries that signal-jamming has even been suggested!
a 4k film would be pointless without a screen with enough pixels to take advantage of it
[i5 3550|asrock extreme4|4*2GB corsair platinum 1333|2*GTX285|corsair force3 120GB|2*samsung t260|logitech mx1100 + wave|antec signature 850w|antec 900]
Last edited by dualmeister; 21-06-2012 at 12:04 PM.