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Any kind person willing to burn HD discs to sample.

Discussion in 'TVs' started by leedsfireman, Jun 8, 2004.

  1. leedsfireman

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    Hi, i'm stuggling to get to grips with downloading all these pars , rars, .ts and all the others that go over my head. Is any kind person willing to burn me some of there HD collection & i will surley compensate them for there time. Please drop me a pm if you can.
    Thanks,
    Andy
     
  2. sirees01

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    Me too, just bought a 434HDE & I want to see what all the fuss about HDTV is all about.
    I have no idea how to download these files & put them all together business :eek: can someone get a DVD to me & all costs will be met.
    Got to try & justify the expense of the 434 to the missus, I hope a HDTV DVD will do it.
    BTW: I don't have a HDMI dvd player either does that matter ???
     
  3. Messiah

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    Currently, you can only view HDTV material (.ts and WM9 .avi files) on a PC (either on the PC monitor {not much point} or an attached display device {plasma/projector]).

    You cannot use a standard DVD player. Later this year we should start to see DVD players with WM9 playback capability.
     
  4. Jackass

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    Just curious but why are Windows Hi-Def files (eg LOTR TTT) compiled as .AVI files?
    I thought it would have been .wmv :confused:

    Steve
     

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