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    Hey people, This might sound stupid, but can a dvd burner record movies off of the tv?
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    http://www.doom9.org/ Have a look in here it might give you a little more insight into what your asking.
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    Or go purchase one of these goodies HERE
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    Or better yet, buy me one while your at it :D

    One day they will become as popular as a normal CD Burner.
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    Yeah, in a few years time.. or optionally they could put more emphasis on the removable storage area such as USB memory sticks.. it wouldnt take much for a company to make a 1gig ram stick, and with good funding, they would be easily able to design a ram stick large enough to hold a dvd quality movie. But then the cost carried to the user would be an issue

    Movie on a stick anyone?
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    USB ram sticks will replace floppies, but not touch DVD's or CD's.

    DVD's will replace CD's very soon (you'll know when there are way more blank DVD's than blank CD's at stores). I've got 250 blank CD's here and I've bought my last one.
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