, with it’s sexy album art features, iPod updaters, and movie downloads. It also disabled QTFairUse 2.2’s DRM stripping abilities.
So what did the good people who bring you QTFairUse do? They fixed it, quickly. As of last night, you can now download QTFairUse 2.3, which will strip out DRM with iTunes 7, presumedly including downloaded movies.
Kudos to Shame on the QTFairUse crew for jumping on the update in a lightning-like fashion, and Apple, c’mon, if you’re going to patch something, do it well, or don’t do it.
QTFairUse 2.3 [Hymn Project]