NedS wrote: ↑Tue Oct 29, 2019 3:02 pmWe have explained before that DRM recording support is not tied (not in the way you seem to be implying) with the PRIME 6. As a matter of managing our resources and being able to fund development and continued support, it made sense to have DRM ready in time for the PRIME 6, when we thought we would meet the 2018 PRIME 6 ETA. Not only for the PRIME 6, of course, as we still have an obligation to develop the feature.
We wouldn't stop working on the PRIME 6 just because of a software issue with the DVR-DRM stuff.
Please answer this one simple question...jasonl wrote: ↑Wed Oct 30, 2019 4:11 pmThe release of PRIME 6 is dependent on DRM recording support being available, because it would be kind of pointless to release it otherwise when half the country is stuck with a DRM-happy cable provider and wouldn't have a recording option without it. This is a one-way dependency.
Is the production of the Prime 6 dependent on having a DRM solution finalized?
It sure sounds like that is the case, and from a business perspective it makes sense. It also abandons all customers like myself that are lucky enough not to have any channels with DRM.