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They have DVD writers now, but they arent too cheap.
But with the right hardware, it wouldnt be that hard to do.


On Thu, 19 Sep 2002, Denis Bogan wrote:

> This thread has been so long running I can't remember if my question has
> come up.  Know I discussed it with someone recently.
>
> What is going to happen when everything has gone to DVD?  I have a nice
> collection of ski video tapes.  Someday I would like to be able to copy
> them onto DVDs and see no reason why not since I paid for them.  Am I
> going to be screwed out of this by the music/recording/motion picture
> industry?  So far DVD doesn't seem to have penetrated the ski flick
> market.  I've seen only one ski DVD and can't recall the title.
>
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