Hi, I have over a thousand dvds which takes up a considerable amount of space. I am wondering what sort of program I would need to copy them onto a hard drive so I can use it on a tv set. tried converting them to an iso file but the tv didn't recognise them. any help would be great.
dvds to hard drive for tv usage (Resolved)
Posted 05 March 2016 - 04:49 AM
Is it a Smart TV that has USB ports.
Are the DVDs burned copies or store purchased full versions, reason that I ask is because retail versions are often encrypted to combat video piracy and you may need to use a paid for decoding software if that is the case, I`m sure that I don`t need to advise you of this but have got to say it for the benefit of others that may read the thread, films protected by encryption/copyright cannot be copied for redistribution and doing so can get folk into trouble with the authorities.
Posted 05 March 2016 - 11:13 AM
Don't think selling burned movies it's not good. The authorities might or gonna find you.
Posted 05 March 2016 - 11:20 AM
Crossed wires here perhaps as FayDawn only wants to store films on a HDD not sell burned copies Michael, and that was why I made a point of including the following in my reply;
I`m sure that I don`t need to advise you of this but have got to say it for the benefit of others that may read the thread,
Posted 07 March 2016 - 12:06 AM
thanks for the help. will be trying the dvd shrink. I think I used that several years ago when my kids were small and I was buying a new copy of the same dvd for months. I don't want to burn and sell, purely for my own use as I have too many discs and not enough space to store them.
Posted 07 March 2016 - 08:42 AM
You are most welcome and thank you for the follow up FayDawn
FWIW: I read and understood your question and know why you needed such software and posting the additional information that I did was done so that anyone else that may read your thread is well aware that there are restrictions on what the software can be used for
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