You know what they say, China doesnâ€™t have digital products, instead, itâ€™s all digital freebies because of the lack of legal accountability for intellectual property. A recently released Hollywood blockbuster movie will be pouring into the piracy market at less than $1 per DVD copy. And online? You literally have unlimited access to millions of movies via a variety of channels: you can either download them via P2P downloading network or watch them online.
While reasonably you may think them in understandably inferior video qualities â€“ they are, quite a percentage of them â€“ but as far as Iâ€™ve seen them, the quality of the majority of them is comparable to traditional DVD, if not HD.
PPS is currently the largest P2P video streaming network in China. Theyâ€™ve got a few English web pages online to for potential venture capitalists, but the program itself is completely targeted at the Chinese market.
After installation, the program will need a brief contact to the central server to get the latest playing list of TV channels and programs â€“ daily updated movies (English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean) and continued cycles of operas (love, comedy, CSI, cartoon and so forth). Thereâ€™s one thing that may hinder anyone not speaking Chinese from using it, that is, the titles are all in Chinese.