Downloading movies

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  1. pnasca

    pnasca New Member

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    So does anyone know where i can get a tutorial, or can somoene post a step by step on how to download a movie and convert it. Because when i convert it from an .avi i get a warning on the video saying to get rid of this warning go to this website.
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    Uhh i used the downloadable videodora..soo??
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    Oh, sorry then, i didn't know you were using videora!

    Is that on your computer, or on the video when you watch it?

    If it is on the video when you watch it, it is just because you need to buy the software, or you can probably just crack it!
    I'm not very good with cracks, so i'll let someone else tell you if there is one or not(and if its possible!)

    If it is on your computer, same deal, but usually you only have to buy a serial code or something...

    Good luck!
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    get movies off tv-links

    and for converting, download and install the program called Super, and change the format conversion to Apple - Ipod
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    videora is freeware.. you don't need to buy it in order to use it... of course you can always donate money to them. but it is unnecessary...
    videora does not leave watermarks on the videos when you convert them...
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    What kind of movies are you downloading? The common ripping programs require the movie to be on a DVD. I'm not sure you can convert a movie which has been downloaded, say from iTunes or netflix. These types of movies come complete with DRM and file structure which can't be overcome.

    I haven't tried it yet on videos, but I have tried Tunebrite on AAC audio files. it converts to unprotected WMA. The video part of Tunebrite should be able to convert to WMV. Standard conversion programs should be able to convert WMV to MP4.

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