Originally posted by The General
I have 2 DVD burners in mine. I'm all about copying DVD's
I have netflix.
<as the feds are a knock knockin' on your door> Gotta love people who readily admit, with no regard to their well being, their illegal activities. Why dont you start slinging weed, half baked style, and pass out business cards, and watch business boom, with no law interaction.
A DVD player in the computer is an absolutely wonderful thing, and they are super cheap man. You can get a burner, a high end one, for $36, and probably a player for less than $20. It's time you join us in the 21st century, my man!
While we are on this topic, let us discuss upconverting and the HDMI interface. Alredy stated was that a computer, regardless, will display a DVD in the highest possible picture, wherever possible. If I get an HD DVD, will that be of even higher resolution on my computer than a regular DVD would get?
Onto the HDMI interface, if I was to get a DVD player capable of upconverting, would I need to use the HDMI interface to take advantage of that? (this all assuming I have an HDTV, which I do) Howstuffworks.com leads me to believe that I need an HDMI interface, whih my TV does not have. Sadly.
My TV also only has component, RCA, and S-video in/out, and no HDMI or DVI connection. What would give me the ebst picture if hooked up to my PC, S-video or composite?