Amazon instant video linux updating player
To me, is a lot of money to spend on something that could quit working tomorrow.
Beyond that, most Chinaware, given that it's just a rip of freeware, is overpriced for the consumer.
While doing a Google search, I have run across Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate that for claims it can download and record video from Video on Demand of Amazon.
Can anyone comment on this product, or suggest another product that could do the equivalent?
The offenders includes Aimersoft, Cucusoft, Wondershare, Pavtube, OJOsoft, Xilisoft, etc.
I've seen members of several forums reply to said spams, by giving this sort of reply: I have found out that Aimersoft's DRM Media Converter can be used to remove the DRM.
Nor can I test it, not having an Amazon Prime account. Download the trial: If you buy it, use this link, as it helps this site: As an added mention, I have nothing against China or the Chinese.
I would like to find another product that performs a faster conversion.
I get the impression that DRM Media Converter performs the conversion by displaying the movie, recording the display and writing the recording to the hard drive.
Recently I have become an Amazon prime member, and I have found that Amazon has Prime Instant Videos at no cost!
I have yet to view one of these videos, but as I understand it they can be streamed to my computer for viewing.