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Originally Posted by P-K-L View Post


...VHS cassettes are still being sold in Italian supermarkets...

 

La dolce vita!

 

Seriously though, for people without DVD drives, a USB DVD writer costs less than a good eat at a restaurant, and it's always a good idea to have one lying around just in case. :)

 

Anyway, it might make sense for the creator to try to get it distributed through iTunes. I'm pretty sure it would bring in a far wider audience.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Sam Hober View Post


I just ordered the DVD in PAL format but I will hopefully be playing it on my iMac - will that work smoothly?
 

Well, I think once a computer is involved, the framerate pulldown is no longer an issue. Should work fine. I hope it's regionless though. it is. :D

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Rdiaz: Yup, bought a very portable and light computer in summer and that doesn't have a optical drive.

 

I normally manage through Netflix, Spotify and similar services so I very seldom need to read physical media.

 

Djosef: That might be a good idea, and as you say, they are quite cheap now.

 

I remember struggling a bit with Windows 7 install with USB-sticks so I might do that to reduce my stress levels if I need to reinstall/format W7. :)

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This is 2012, I haven't used a DVD in 8 years. Get with the times.

 

My computer is pulled by horses...

post #79 of 79

Assuming this is still DVD only? Would love to purchase a downloadable copy if available!

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