PPPD-675 Time Stop Groping

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monkeyjr
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PPPD-675 Time Stop Groping

Post by monkeyjr » Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:54 pm

Don't believe I've seen this one posted yet, seems like this one will probably be average, but still, always worth at least posting up new content, heh.

I believe this torrent should work fine, though I'm still downloading it.

https://sukebei.nyaa.si/view/2502364

And for a more kosher option, a japanese site to buy the film:

http://www.r18.com/videos/vod/movies/de ... h&i3_ord=1
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Re: PPPD-675 Time Stop Groping

Post by tinyspider » Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:31 pm

monkeyjr wrote:
Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:54 pm

And for a more kosher option, a japanese site to buy the film:

http://www.r18.com/videos/vod/movies/de ... h&i3_ord=1
Although FIMS' official 'policy' is to discourage users from posting pirated links to content that's commercially available, is worth noting that most content that comes from Japanese video providers, such as R18, and Xcream comes laced with an old version of Windows DRM, and since 3 years ago Microsoft ended support for Windows 2003 server (and with that the technology that made possible to play such files on Windows Media Player), they had to rely on their own super-clunky, customized video players that require an active internet connection to validate your license and play your video. This means that if you ever lose your pass, delete your account, or if they decide to simply disconnect the service on their end, you will lose access to your files. I stopped buying from those sites because of that.
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Re: PPPD-675 Time Stop Groping

Post by monkeyjr » Fri Jun 15, 2018 2:35 am

tinyspider wrote:
Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:31 pm
monkeyjr wrote:
Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:54 pm

And for a more kosher option, a japanese site to buy the film:

http://www.r18.com/videos/vod/movies/de ... h&i3_ord=1
Although FIMS' official 'policy' is to discourage users from posting pirated links to content that's commercially available, is worth noting that most content that comes from Japanese video providers, such as R18, and Xcream comes laced with an old version of Windows DRM, and since 3 years ago Microsoft ended support for Windows 2003 server (and with that the technology that made possible to play such files on Windows Media Player), they had to rely on their own super-clunky, customized video players that require an active internet connection to validate your license and play your video. This means that if you ever lose your pass, delete your account, or if they decide to simply disconnect the service on their end, you will lose access to your files. I stopped buying from those sites because of that.
That's fair, I mostly use it for the almost literally impossible to find elsewhere files, especially those Traumaart videos on Xcream, so I suppose I'd rather just show that option. Though it is good you posted that heads up on the problem with these DRM players.
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