DRM - Digital rights management

DRM - Digital rights management

DRM is a copyprotection that are used in WMA files.

These files can be protected in various ways, and the most common is to avoid files being copied, or to have a timebased playback.

You can e.g. borrow audiobooks from library, and they are typically timebased so that you can listen to them for e.g. 8 days, or 14 days.

If you want to listen to DRM protected files on your MP3 player, it has to support DRM (newest is DRM10).
If it doesn't support this, then you cannot listen to DRM protected files on your player.

You have to copy sync files to your DRM player using Windows mediaplayer, this way you get the proper license key together with the WMA file.

Read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digita...

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