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  1. david1023

    david1023 Rookie

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    EDITED BY IAN: As much as I would love to make this available....the NFL wouldn't like it.

    Not your fault David, so no hard feelings :cool:

    Ian
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    Good god, a 3 hour football game in HD resolution? That's got to be 10+ gigs easy. I love the Pats, but not enough to buy a new hard drive every season :)
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    actually depending on how he encodes it, it will be around 1.4 gigs a piece.
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  4. Pujo

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    I know this is getting waaaay off topic, but if it were possible to compress 3 hours of video at HD resolution to 1.4 gigs, why the need for Blu-Ray and HD-DVD? A regular DVD already holds 4.7 gigs on a single side/single layer, and that's encoded with MPEG-2 which gives decent compression.
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    Its very much possible. Head over to Mininova and check out his other uploads. He has already uploaded other NY Jets game and they are all 1.4 gigs.
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    Re: NFL Week 2 | Sept 17 2006 | New England Patriots vs New York Jets | HDTVRip | H.2

    Is there a website where you can 'acquire' these games from? ;)
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    I started recording a bit late and missed the first few min. Wound up with 14.3 gigs. This was done with Vista Ultimate in HD.
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    #17 Jersey

    Does anybody know an "easy" way to burn HD DVD's off of Comcast or Direct TV?

    What equipment is available and is it easy to do this from recorded HD DVR >DVD??

    Is there a function that would take out commercials??

    I only seek these for my own private use.
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    Re: NFL Week 2 | Sept 17 2006 | New England Patriots vs New York Jets | HDTVRip | H.2

    I don't think there's any stand alone players that can record in HD on Blu-Ray/HD-DVD. If there aren't then the only way I can think of would be with the following computer hardware: an HDTV Tuner Card and an internal Blu-Ray/HD-DVD burner. The tuner imports from your cable/dish box.

    If you're looking to burn actual HD quality, then you're looking at spending about $1000 just for the set up. The blank discs alone cost about $17 each.

    So, easy? IMO, very easy but waaaaaay too expensive.

    ....but not possible that it's HD quality.

    EDIT: I forgot to add, with that set up I posted you only can play it on your computer. To play it on your TV you'd need a Blu-Ray Disc Player($1000), and a new TV :) . The TV has to be 1080p and there's only a few, and the Sony one costs about $3000. In other words, the technology is way too new and Sony needs some competition to bring prices down.
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    Yes - "expressed written consent" as they say... none of that "implied oral consent"

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