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Where to download an open roaring fire clip for DVD player?

brad123

Well-known Member
Im after a clip of a roaring fire, you know one where you put it in your DVD player and its a roaring open fire on ya tv, any ideas?
 

bitofatit

Active Member
Sorrry I know its a bit off top but "whats a Torrent site"? I google'd a site and it took me stright to something rather unsavoury. Are there a range of torrents (and a recommendation) and is it legal?
Ta
 

Woodywizz

Distinguished Member
Sorrry I know its a bit off top but "whats a Torrent site"? I google'd a site and it took me stright to something rather unsavoury. Are there a range of torrents (and a recommendation) and is it legal?
Ta

Here's an explanation of torrents.

Essentialy it is a file-sharing network, in principle it is not illegal to download other peoples' files. However, many of the files being shared are copyrighted material and therefore it would be illegal to download these files and burn to disc. Many of the torrent sites are prone to viruses and links to pornographic sites so you need to be careful when using a torrent site.
 

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