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Quicktime 7.5.7 update cleans up HDCP Macbook issues, but only on SD vids

Richard Lawler, @Rjcc
November 26, 2008
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Releasing it's stranglehold on iTunes Fairplay DRM'ed content just a bit, Apple has issued a Quicktime 7.5.7 update, that allows standard definition videos to play on external displays without HDCP support. High definition content still toils under HDCP and DisplayPort content Protection (DPCP), leaving oldschool displays at least functional, but sadly low res. Any new MacBook / MacBook Pro owners out there making the non-HD supported Mini DisplayPort-to-VGA journey who can check in and let us know if it's working now? Grab the latest version with your usual Software Update function or from the apple Support Download Website.

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