Tagged: DVD

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MacUpdate: Get $429 worth of software for $49.99

MacUpdate has launched its Spring Software Bundle, headlined by Parallels Desktop 5. Just buying the bundle for Parallels 5 (which retails at USD 80) is worth it. The $50 bundle would normally sell for almost $400. It includes 10 applications,...

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Bootable Windows ISO

It appears that either I got a bad ISO for Windows 7 or Microsoft generally provides unbootable ISO’s. In either case, I was faced with the problem of getting a 2,5GB Windows 7 ISO which would not boot from a...

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Garmin 2009 streetmaps are out

I have finally been able to get my hands on a copy of the latest Garmap Africa Series 2009. As usual, the DVD can be purchased for R 10,00 at most outdoor shops (I got mine from Trappers Fourways). New...

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PS3: Rip your DVDs with full surround sound

A good 5 months ago, I showed you how to rip DVDs and play them with 5.1 surround sound via a simple vobcopy command on Linux. Although the method was quick, I didn’t realize that this was not easily possible...

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Streaming 5.1 surround sound to PS3

Update (2008-12-23): I have discovered an alternative to the method below, which works equally well (although not as fast as the DVD is ripped and re-encoded) – details are posted here. Wow – it has taken me nearly 8 weeks...

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OS X: Rip your DVDs to your NAS-device

It could be no easier than using Handbrake on OS X. HandBrake does not require any more write-up: you install the app, pop in the DVD, select the target format and your DVD gets ripped to a number of formats...