Setting up a home theatre PC

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Admin@MovieManager.ca, May 2, 2007.

  1. Guest

    With multi-media PCs becoming more popular, people are finding it
    convenient to backup and store their movies on hard disk. Since movie
    files are large and are often stored on multiple disk drives, the
    traditional method of using disk folders to organize movies by genre
    becomes impractical. With MovieManager, once a movie is copied to
    disk, it doesn't need to be moved or copied again. MovieManager can be
    used to lookup information on the Internet, locate and catalogue your
    movies for you. Check it out at MovieManager.ca

    This software is a true bargain for anyone setting up a home theatre
    PC. I scoured the web in search of something like this for my Multi
    Media PC and when I couldn't find anything suitable I decided to write
    the program myself. Being a picky software developer I set very high
    standards for functionality, usability and reliability. In my opinion,
    MovieManager is better software than many of the big-name titles. If
    you have a home theatre PC you'll know exactly what I mean. Check it
    out at MovieManager.ca

    Al
     
    , May 2, 2007
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  2. fish. Guest

    In article <>,
    says...
    > With multi-media PCs becoming more popular, people are finding it
    > convenient to backup and store their movies on hard disk. Since movie
    > files are large and are often stored on multiple disk drives, the
    > traditional method of using disk folders to organize movies by genre
    > becomes impractical. With MovieManager, once a movie is copied to
    > disk, it doesn't need to be moved or copied again. MovieManager can be
    > used to lookup information on the Internet, locate and catalogue your
    > movies for you. Check it out at MovieManager.ca
    >
    > This software is a true bargain for anyone setting up a home theatre
    > PC. I scoured the web in search of something like this for my Multi
    > Media PC and when I couldn't find anything suitable I decided to write
    > the program myself. Being a picky software developer I set very high
    > standards for functionality, usability and reliability. In my opinion,
    > MovieManager is better software than many of the big-name titles. If
    > you have a home theatre PC you'll know exactly what I mean. Check it
    > out at MovieManager.ca
    >
    > Al
    >
    >



    So where's the DTV recording/Xvid/DVD burning component?


    --
    "You're not going to enjoy this, and it won't be quick"

    Very apt quote from "300", I didn't and it wasn't.
     
    fish., May 2, 2007
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  3. In message news:,
    sprach forth the following:

    > With multi-media PCs becoming more popular, people are finding it
    > convenient to backup and store their movies on hard disk. Since movie
    > files are large and are often stored on multiple disk drives, the
    > traditional method of using disk folders to organize movies by genre
    > becomes impractical. With MovieManager, once a movie is copied to
    > disk, it doesn't need to be moved or copied again. MovieManager can be
    > used to lookup information on the Internet, locate and catalogue your
    > movies for you. Check it out at MovieManager.ca
    >
    > This software is a true bargain for anyone setting up a home theatre
    > PC. I scoured the web in search of something like this for my Multi
    > Media PC and when I couldn't find anything suitable I decided to write
    > the program myself. Being a picky software developer I set very high
    > standards for functionality, usability and reliability. In my opinion,
    > MovieManager is better software than many of the big-name titles. If
    > you have a home theatre PC you'll know exactly what I mean. Check it
    > out at MovieManager.ca


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