Question about Televison & Video
First of all you will need a player of some kind, you can get one that will connect to a computer via usb port. Software there are plenty around and they vary in price, I saw one that look good by MAGIX on the Amazon site, they also have big discounts on software at the time of posting.
Video files are big so you need a big hard drive. I use a 500GB Western Digital portable one. Its really good and it will easily store your files, shop around the price is cheaper online.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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