Of some models of the eleventh generation of chips, the Intel Corporation Removed support for a core technology for 4K Blu-ray playback. We are talking about the SGX security module, or Software Protection Extensions, which is necessary to play media that requires something called DRM to play the content.
The term DRM or DRM, refers to the copyright protection features found in some media. According to Intel, support for SGX technology has made it possible for many security holes and vulnerabilities to appear on computers, and as a result, the latest branded CPUs will not support it.
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A page on the Intel website reports a loss of support for SGX technology. (Source: BleepingComputer / clone)source: PC
This “problem” was first identified by CyberLink, a well-known company in the video drivers sector – which is responsible for PowerDVD. in a page To resolve customer skepticism, the organization argues that removing and distributing SGX support in drivers and Windows updates makes it impossible to maintain the ability to play 4K Blu-ray in software developed by the company.
Like CiberLink, this effect must be felt by other companies in the market, as they fail to support coordination in future product updates.
Although playing Blu-ray content almost looks outdated, there are many people who still want to keep the physical media to play the content. However, the greatest impact should not be for the end consumer, but for large industries that depend on this form of distribution of their products.
Such is the case with the film industry, which somehow can feel the impact of this situation. Of course, there are several ways to get around this problem, but this step will certainly require some companies to adapt – and perhaps even some consumers.
And you, do you still usually consume content on physical media, especially Blu-ray? Or are you one of those who adapted well to Broadcasting and digital content?
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