OMFG! So, I thought I would pass this little gem on. I got a new DVD player (actually I got two of them) after a good friend bought some and loved them. Here's a link to it, below.
Hi folks I have a bunch of video cassettes with family occasions recorded on them and I would love to put them on DVD, is this something i can do myself or do I have to take them somewhere to have it done? Any help is appreciated. thanks.
As we know, Blu-ray movies is becoming a hot topic nowadays. If you are a movie lover, you would like to enjoy the fantastic effect of Blu-ray movies. We can rent the latest movies from the shop and enjoy them on our PC. While there still exist problems, if we want to enjoy the movies on go anytime. How can we solve this trouble?
Easier solution to transfer blu-ray and DVD to iPad with just one mouse click
Here's detailed steps and the optimal playback settings for iPad.
The software you will need:
The program supports the iPad video formats below:
I saw this picture and it made me laugh
Then I thought about it and its true, I mean how annoying is it that you are forced to watch 10 lbs of crap before the movie starts? I mean if you want it on the disk add it at the very end so I have the choice to watch or not watch. In my opinion they are pirating my time forcing me to watch all of that when that is NOT what I paid for. Does it annoy you also?
I'd like to convert a few avi files to formats that I can burn to dvd and later watch on a dvd player. Seems like ConvertXtoDVD was the proggy that I used to use, but now its no longer freeware. I'm wondering if you guys could offer an alernative.....
So here is the legal question I thought I would toss out there.....
Should you be allowed to copy the DVDs that you ALREADY own? I guess its a real gray area. If you purchased it can you make a backup copy with out it being against the law? See in my opinion if your making it as a backup, not to distribute or to load out but as a back up then it should be fine. Currently there is a court case going on about this: