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Topic # 4392 12-Jul-2005 16:28
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Did anyone try Pocket DVD Wizard http://www.deprice.com/pocketdvdwizard.htm ? Is it something worth buying?

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Reply # 16467 12-Jul-2005 16:40
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Yes, it works ok. I've used it to actually transfer movies for use on a Windows Portable Media Center.





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  Reply # 16468 12-Jul-2005 17:14
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i got it for my PMC too. works great, take a while to extract and encode though but worth the money!!

there's a few others too but i haven't tried those. i just read the review for this one, and mauricio suggested it to me too and so i took it and works like charm!




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Reply # 16475 12-Jul-2005 20:01
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freitasm: Yes, it works ok. I've used it to actually transfer movies for use on a Windows Portable Media Center.

Isnt format shifting illegal here in New Zealand?




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Reply # 16482 12-Jul-2005 21:00
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Still is indeed. Everyone using an iPod without having bought tunes from iTunes are also on the illegal side of the law.





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  Reply # 16492 13-Jul-2005 00:04
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freitasm: Still is indeed. Everyone using an iPod without having bought tunes from iTunes are also on the illegal side of the law.

Not if they own the copyright or have the express permission of the copyright holder.




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  Reply # 16493 13-Jul-2005 00:12
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freitasm: Still is indeed. Everyone using an iPod without having bought tunes from iTunes are also on the illegal side of the law.



Wouldn't that also apply to other MP3 players as well?




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Reply # 16502 13-Jul-2005 09:46
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Any media shift - any player, be it a Zen Muvo, Apple iPOD, or you PC running Windows Media Player.





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  Reply # 16504 13-Jul-2005 10:40
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I think NZ's copyright law need a high priority to update itself to match what tomorrow's technologies can offer.

where it stands right now, we all have broken the law. hehe even the Media Center/HDD/DVD recorder for recording broadcasting programmes.




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