Loc: Central Florida
So we missed "Lost" Thursday night (when did it get moved?) but I can download it from iTunes for a couple of bucks. I am assuming it is in QT.<br><br>My question is: will it be straightforward and simple for me to burn that on a DVD so we can watch it on the new TV?<br><br>I am sure some more screen time and I would be able to answer my own question but...<br><br>Thanks.<br><br>
Watch it on the computer, play it off of an iPod or AppleTV, or hook your computer to the TV, but you can't burn it.<br><br>Or download a high quality torrent recorded from HD for free and do what you want with it, but that would be illegal.<br><br>Silly rules.<br><br><br>------> JD's Trivia game<br><br>------> MCF-MM Trivia game
Loc: Central Florida
Thanks for the (depressing) info. Even though I have paid for it, I can't do with it as I please. Oh year, I forgot, the progressive nature of DRM.<br><br>I guess I will investigate other options, if there are any.<br><br>
A TV cable for your Mac would be cheap... even if it might have to be pretty long. You could also get SnapzPro which can capture anything on the screen AFAIK--but an iPod Nano costs only a little more, and fits multiple episodes, TV-ready, in a format smaller than a DVD.<br><br>FYI, ABC has all Lost episodes streaming online for free, often in quite good high definition. There's a menu bar at the top even in fullscreen, but being HD the quality is better than I've seen from iTunes shows. There are ads--but very few compared to the broadcast.<br><br>Suppsedly they now have ALL the Lost episodes back to the start, so newcomers can catch up.<br><br>http://dynamic.abc.go.com/streaming/landing<br><br>You can catch up on Pushing Daisies too, which will have new episodes later this year :)<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>TeamMacOSX.com | MacClan.net
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