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Old 01-02-2007, 05:38 PM   #1
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computer guys, I need some FYI

I have saved a bunch of the corvette videos here into a folder on my desktop. I now want to put these videos on a disc so I can watch them on my dvd player. what do I need?
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Buy an external DVD burner. Best to connect via firewire, but USB 2.0 is fine.

Besides drivers, the burner will come with software... Nero or Roxy, etc ... and you can easily copy a ton of videos to a DVD-R.

It's cake.
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dang, I was hoping it wouldve been easier. thanks
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Oh, you want easier?

Well... you could go old school and make your own.

But, first you have to be able to make tiny bumps, that are flat, arranged around a track, .5 microns (millionths of a meter) wide, all by hand, with absolutely no mistakes.

It will probably take you about 11,000 years per DVD ... up for it?
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so I went out and bought this "ez-dub" dvd recorder.......
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Or you could go out and buy yourself a DVD player that also plays MPG, WMV, AVI, and DIVX files like mine does.

$70 at Wal-mart!
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Or you could go out and buy yourself a DVD player that also plays MPG, WMV, AVI, and DIVX files like mine does.

$70 at Wal-mart!
and where the heck were you earlier? I couldve saved 20 bucks!
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Oh, you want easier?

Well... you could go old school and make your own.

But, first you have to be able to make tiny bumps, that are flat, arranged around a track, .5 microns (millionths of a meter) wide, all by hand, with absolutely no mistakes.

It will probably take you about 11,000 years per DVD ... up for it?
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