May 25, 2007 5:44 AM PDT

Nabbing movie pirates with night vision goggles

MPA is training Malaysian ushers to find people recording in dark theaters. DVD-sniffing labs are also finding success.

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video with cell phones haha
"trying to make illegal copies of movies with handheld video recorders or mobile phones" I want to see those illegal copies made on cell phones, hahahah. This is just funny to pursuit them hahaha
Posted by cocos2000 (37 comments )
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Cell phones?
Who would want to watch a movie recorded on a cell phone?
Posted by R. U. Sirius (745 comments )
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Im thinking people that watch movies recorded on cell phones dont exactly represent lost sales for the movie studios.
Posted by desqjockey (2 comments )
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Stop releasing movies early
They keep releasing these films in foreign countries before their US release. Its like they want/need the pirates to fuel the market in the US. I have seen copies of all the latest movies listed on torrent sites before their US release.
It is crazy to try and watch a cell phone or camcorder version, the quality and sound aren't worth a multi-hour or days long download. Now the Star Wars ones ripped directly from the theatre master was nice.
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