That is, after installing (or live boot) I want to be able to access h264-aac videos and mp3 audio that I have saved, WITHOUT INTERNET connection, that is installing after OS-install from a repo on the web is not an option.
related: In case of many distros, it is possible to install freely from repositories configured by default. Is that legally so different from installing as needed later? Why can't they just include those?
related: Ubuntu's live image had a option "install restricted extras". Does that mean that those restricted extras were on the image already, and making them optional made the legal issues go away?