Introduction: Baffle Pirates
Are you tired of freeloaders getting the best of hardworking artists? Help confuse and trick them so they can learn that artists will not stand for thieves. They don't deserve the true art experience and we are here to stop them from getting it.
Step 1: Trick the Hackers
You have to set-up a DNS proxy so that the angry, hacker clans can't get anonymous to ddos your macbook pro.
One month of a DNS can be found for as little as 6 bucks! That is less than the cost of a movie! (figure 1)
Also check your setting to make sure that you don't have a DNS leak!!!(figure 2)
Step 2: Setup All the Necessary Accounts
It is best if you have access to private torrent trackers so that you can get scene releases faster than anyone else. You will likely have to do disgusting things to get these memberships but remember that it is all for the common good!
I think the best workflow is to setup an anonymous free email address (try mail.com) (figure 1) and then use that email to get accounts on public torrent sites (figure 2). Download videos from private torrent sites and distribute them on public sites. You will need uploader status but just request it. Try mentioning that you believe that entertainment should be freed or just mention marx or something.
You may get denied from some sites (figure 3)
but eventually you will get access (figure 4)
Step 3: Ruin the Art
Now comes the bad part. You have to take the movie file and ruin it. Try to make it subtle so that someone thinks they are getting the real experience. I edited the movies to end abruptly at the climax of the film. (figures 1-5)
but you could add a high-pitched feedback sound under everything, take out the soundtrack, turn the movie black and white, add subtitles that are really large. The only limit is that of your imagination!
Step 4: Distribute the Change
Here is where you want to upload your modified movie. Try and disguise your torrent using the language of cyber criminals. (figure 1)
If you did a good job you can sit back and watch the hits roll in. (figure 2) and feel satisfied knowing you did your part to fight for artistic truth