Did you know that the first 4K ultra HD Blu-ray movie disk pirated and ripped was the animated film The Smurfs 2? This discovery was reported in 2017 by TorrentFreak. According to the site, pirates found a way to to bypass the AACS 2.0 or Advanced Access Content System encryption on the discs. The ripped file first made its appearance on private torrent tracking websites UltraHDCLUB and IPT with the size of 53.30 gigabytes. That discovery lead to more available pirated 4K movies online.
For a brief history of movie torrenting, the first available HD DVD film via BitTorrent was Serenity in January 2007. The movie, a sequel to the television series Firefly, had a file size of 19.6 gigabytes and was in Enhanced Video Object format. Such media format is playable via PowerDVD and WinDVD capable of HD DVD playback. A few days later, Ice Age 2 became the first Blu-ray movie available on the private BitTorrent tracker HDBits. It was a little bit larger than the first high-definition DVD Serenity in roughly 22 gigabytes. And years after, viewers can already watch movies online in ultra high-definition quality. But for people who hate piracy, they can subscribe to streaming services like Netflix. That way, users can watch movies online for free. And with the increasing demand for online movie streaming services, all of us can expect more and more sites to watch movies. And surely, more alternatives to IMTV will emerge.
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