STREAMING MOVIES AS SOON AS THEY’RE OUT ON DVD

Zediva.com gives you streaming movies the same day they come out on DVD. Normally, streaming movies come out several months after the DVD rental.

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BURNING TO DISC

Be sure your movie will play on all players, and other tips and tricks.

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SCANNING YOUR PHOTOS

GoClickFree.com and Verbatim have photo DVDs that automatically back up digital photos. Canon has an easy to use scanner for turning regular prints into digital ones.

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IPHONE APP FOR FREE MOVIES

A new iPhone app lets iPhone users get free movies from the Redbox Video Rental Service.

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NERO IS BURNING

Nero is offering a free version of their excellent Nero 9 software for burning text, numbers, photos, movies, etc., to CDs and DVDs.

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VIDEO THE EASY WAY

We finally broke down and bought the world’s best-selling video camera: the Flip. It costs $150 for the regular version, but we went wild and sprang for an extra $30 to get the “ultra” version, which has higher resolution and more memory.

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QUICK TO DISK

We looked at Samsung’s new “TruDirect” external hard drive, a natural for people who like to quickly burn videos and movies to DVD.

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ENDLESS ROXIO

Roxio Easy Media Creator is now in its 10th incarnation (will there someday be a Roxio 20?), and the price was recently dropped from $100 to $80 after rebate.

The drop makes a lot of sense since so many people have earlier versions of Roxio and those do most of what this one does. What’s been added is a three-step process that lets you automatically edit your video for posting to YouTube or to put it on a DVD.

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THE HOLLYWOOD LOOK AT HOME

If your home movies are getting bad reviews, you might like this expert help: stashSpace.com has free templates that let you load in your video, select some scenes and give the result a snappy professional look. You can upload up to five hours of video directly from a camera or a computer. Everything is free unless you want to buy a finished DVD, which costs $15 to $19, depending on the packaging.

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