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Burnning movie questions

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by snupe81, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. snupe81

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  2. pryme_H

    pryme_H Regular member

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    Wow! I'm in awe! The Nero-nator is coming for you!
     
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  3. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    maybe, maybe not, all depends on whether this fits in with this extract of the rules -

    Case examples regarding rule number five (5). No piracy.

    Case: Pirated material, such as serial numbers and direct links to pirated, copyrighted material (including direct links to torrent files and ed2k links). PROHIBITED

    Case: Technical, in depth discussion about copy protection circumvention (i.e. cracking). PROHIBITED

    Case: Discussion about pirated content and piracy, such as converting (downloaded) video and/or audio files to DVD/AudioCD/whatever format. PERMITTED

    Case: Discussion about copy protection circumvention in general (extracting encrypted content, such as DVD movies, compact discs, copy protected console and computer software, using existing software). PERMITTED

    Case: Links to sites offering possibly pirated content (including torrent files and ed2k links). PERMITTED
     
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    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    My bet is the two above would apply....

    I'd also look at Newegg.com for a nice Lite-On, Pioneer or LG for half the price of the drive at Best Buy. But lets start from the beginning. For burning I'd use Imgburn and for the conversion I'd use DVD Flick, both are free and easy to use.
     
  5. snupe81

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    Would I use Imgburn for ripping the original copy? I am talking about a video off the net that shows movies that are in the movies right now(by video cam)
     
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    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    Imgburn burns and will rip from an unprotected source. As eluded to in the rules posted above, we can't help you acquire pirated content.
     

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