Qtrax, heir of Napster

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The record companies are beginning to understand what is behind the film and its continuing efforts to avoid sharing networks-in this relentless fight fell queen of the board, Napster-supported P2P service. It was hoped that this midnight United States saw birth Qtrax, which will be available to Internet users 30 million songs, but the program in its beta version is not yet available. The new exchange system has achieved approval of the record companies for two reasons: the advertising revenues and the certainty that the songs may not be roasting on a CD because of a system that prevents this.

The cost of licenses will be borne largely by advertising revenues, while the songs can only be played back on your computer or a portable device. The restriction is due to the incorporation of DRM system, which prevents copying to a CD music downloads. This fact has been that it has enabled Qtrax continue with the project, which was closed for a time after his inauguration in 2002 to avoid legal problems. Now Qtrax faces renewal of its service record with the support of EMI, Sony BMG, Universal and Warner Music.

Qtrax offer unlimited and free downloads that will be compatible with devices using portable devices reproduction, including the Macintosh and iPod. “We have achieved a technical breakthrough that allows us to put songs on an iPod without interference from FairPlay (the equivalent of DRM for Apple),” has assured Allan Klepfisz, president and CEO of Qtrax.

The cost of licenses will be borne largely by advertising revenues, while the songs can only be played back on your computer or a portable device. The restriction is due to the incorporation of DRM system, which prevents copying to a CD music downloads. This fact has been that it has enabled Qtrax continue with the project, which was closed for a time after his inauguration in 2002 to avoid legal problems. Now Qtrax faces renewal of its service record with the support of EMI, Sony BG, Universal and Warner Music.Qtrax offer unlimited and free downloads that will be compatible with devices using portable devices reproduction, including the Macintosh and iPod. “We have acheved a technical breakthrough that allows us to put songs on an iPod without interference from FairPlay (the equivalent of DRM for Apple),” has assured Allan Klepfisz, president and CEO of Qtrax.
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