Topic: Would it at all be possible to inject into windows 10's movies and TV?

They have some BS copy protection that prevents anything purchased on there from being played in ANYTHING other than an Xbox, Surface Pro, or in that specific app in Windows 10 (though they're working on players for linux and ios).

This particularly sucks because I want to watch Yu Yu Hakusho in 60fps. Legally purchased too. Would it at all be possible to make it work for that player?

Re: Would it at all be possible to inject into windows 10's movies and TV?

sure, you gotta pirate it.

I'm not familiar with MS-Store purchased films. Do you buy licenses from the windows store and then can watch it via the integrated movie & tv app ? 
If this is it, you won't get SVP to work with it.
Its either this, or you could of course transcode everything into a non-protected format to remove the drm (which takes longer, has room for user errors and is probably also piracy btw, lol)

drm is cancer.

Re: Would it at all be possible to inject into windows 10's movies and TV?

"Movies and TV" reacts to changes made with the Codec Tweak Tool, but it just refuses to play anything when forced to use video decoder other than MS provided.

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Re: Would it at all be possible to inject into windows 10's movies and TV?

Well that blows.