Copying DVDs you own is a perilous endeavor
#1 Feb 18, 2007
Good thing I use GNU/Linux because I can already copy DVD's to hard drive, play the copy as a device or even place them on a media server encrypted or non-encrypted. A program called MythTv let's me do all of those things as a stand alone PVR made from standard PC components.
Whether this is legal or not under fair use is another matter. The future is already here, but it's just not being offered by Microsoft and the MPAA.
#3 Feb 18, 2007
Hollywood's their own worse enemy. The future's been here for years and yet they keep trying to stop progress and technological innovation. Thanx Lou it's nice to finally see some mainstream press about VLC. A great piece of software!
#4 Feb 22, 2007
Lots of media players can easily handle vobs.
Nero Show Time does, so does Windows Media Player. Almost any software dvd player can.
Since: Dec 06
Long Island, NY
#5 Feb 26, 2007
Napster never went mainstream. Napster were sued into oblivion, and MP3 player manufacturer Roxio bought up Napster's name and logos at the inevitable bankruptcy auction. Roxio then slapped the Napster name onto their legit music service in order to entice people with the "edgy" brand name.
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