How to Copy a DVDWritten by Steve Bishop
How to Copy a DVD
If you do a simple search engine search, you will find that there are many websites dedicated to teaching you how to copy DVDs and also on selling software to help you copy DVDs. There is software designed to copy DVD to DVD, VHS to DVD and even video games such as Playstation 2 games.
There are so many different types of copy software out there. There are also chips that are sold that can be installed into your device to allow you to read versions of DVDs that you copy. This over rides security features that manufacturer had placed on disc. Some of these software programs can run for up to $149.00 or more. But many people consider this acceptable when you look at DVDs being about $19.95 and up each. You can make as many copies as you want of DVDs with one time purchase of DVD copy software. You can also make copies of DVDs that you currently own. Since DVDs are sensitive to heat, they can wear down over time after being played and getting scratched and they will no longer work. If you make backup copies of your movies, you donít have to worry about this.
Pennies On The Dollar - Buying Audio Software Smart. Part 12Written by David D. Deprice
Cybercorder 2000 - $22 http://www.deprice.com/cybercorder.htm
Cybercorder provides VCR-like recording for radio shows or any audio input. Recordings are stored on disk as WAV or MP3 files with optional audio compression to save disk space. Recordings can easily be played back by selecting recording from list of completed recordings. The customizable playback window allows to easily advance recording forward and reverse various step sizes.
Cybercorder 2000 offers following features and more:
* Uses your own radio or stereo receiver. Connect radio headphone or output jacks to computer sound card line-in jack. Set to your favorite radio station, adjust Windows mixer settings, and Cybercorder 2000 does rest. * Real-time audio compression - you can utilize any of audio compression codecs installed on your system to save disk space. * Record MP3 - you can record MP3 files with MP3 file extension. * Programmed or manual recording - you can schedule as many recordings as you like or instantly start a recording for specified amount of time. The scheduled recordings can be scheduled for a single time or for selected days of week such as Mon-Fri 9AM. Program descriptions can be given to scheduled recordings to later identify recordings. * Program Internet Recordings - you can automatically launch an Internet URL prior to recording. You can set up Cybercorder 2000 to automatically hang up a modem connection and/or close streaming player once recording is complete. * Automatically Run External Applications - you can automatically launch an external application prior to and/or after recording. * Mixer Profiles Cybercorder can automatically activate a mixer profile containing preset Windows mixer settings prior to and/or after a recording. This ensures recording will occur with correct mixer settings every time. * Supports long recordings - you can program a recording to be as long as 24 hours. * Recordings list - all recordings made are shown in a list, and any recording can be played from this list. Recordings can be removed from list or from disk, and can also be added back to list if present on disk. Cybercorder 2000 supports saving and retrieving recording lists containing WAV and MP3 files.