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post #21 of 40
Can you watch blu ray movies on your PC screen? with a internal drive?
I have VGA,DVI,Composite and Component on the screen and 1920 x 1200.
post #22 of 40
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Originally Posted by cognoscenti View Post
Can you watch blu ray movies on your PC screen? with a internal drive?
I have VGA,DVI,Composite and Component on the screen and 1920 x 1200.
Yeah you can.
post #23 of 40
and it will look pretty good right?

do you have a link to some?
post #24 of 40
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Well with that Resolution you can run HD and all PC monitors are progressive scanning of course. So yes it will look decent. I know You can run atleast 720P if not higher however I cant find the link to some rather useful info.

Oh here we are : http://www.cnet.com/4520-7874_1-5137915-1.html
post #25 of 40
sorry i meant a link to the good internal drives for the PC.
post #26 of 40
Lite-On has a good drive. However, wait a little while for Dual layer burners and players to drop or you'll have to resell soon to get one. Or however it is ya conduct your upgrades.
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Lite-On BD Burner - $450

Not that there's really a reason to burn Blu-Ray discs yet...
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Does any of this really matter at this point? I mean yeah the stuff's getting cracked - but who in their right mind would try to pirate a Blu-ray movie? Have fun downloading for the next month and a half...
There's other ways to copy a Blu-Ray disc, though. Ever heard of rentals, or borrowing from a friend?
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Lite-On has a good drive. However, wait a little while for Dual layer burners and players to drop or you'll have to resell soon to get one. Or however it is ya conduct your upgrades.
I'm pretty sure they're all dual layer? I mean...that's part of the Blu-Ray spec pretty much...
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I give it a month before it's cracked.
nah....a WEEK at most.
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