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Thursday, November 17, 2005



I use a program to shrink onto one DVD. On regular 36 inch TV it looks great. How do these movies look on larger Plasma, LCD or DLP TVs? Any thoughts?


"Illegal?" No freaking way, man. It's just making backup copies in case your DVD player eats the original, right?


I agree 100%...I do the same thing - get three movies, burn them, send them back the next day. I have amassed over 500 movies between Netflix, friends, and the McDonalds Redbox.

Back in the 80s, I used to rent RCA Selectavision discs, and later Laser Discs and copy them to VHS, and in the early 90s, I bought a dual VCR deck, so as to make copies of VHS movies. Same diffrence. IMHO, as long as it is for your own personal use, and you aren't selling or exhibiting the movies, why not? DVD Burners can be had from and other online retailers for under $50, which ships with the Nero software necessary to run the DVD Shrink software that is available freely online. I love movies, but don't have the $$$ to spend $15+ per movie for all but the most special films.

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