Page 5 of 5 FirstFirst ... 345
Results 81 to 90 of 90

Thread: Is there any video of the Colts at Jets from 03?

  1. #81
    All League
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    cape coral fl.
    Posts
    2,693
    Post Thanks / Like
    wouldnt it e beter just to sell him the dvd?????? lmao :D

  2. #82
    Hall Of Fame
    Join Date
    Aug 2006
    Posts
    11,120
    Post Thanks / Like
    How about uploading it online?

  3. #83
    All League
    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Location
    The Bronx, USA
    Posts
    4,297
    Post Thanks / Like
    [QUOTE=SAR I;2883760]No PM, no contact at all.

    Does he no have penis? Is that the root cause of it all?

    SAR I[/QUOTE]

    Sar, How are you gonna know if its his? dont think it has an ID card:confused:


    I would just post a pic of John Holmes if I were him

  4. #84
    JetsInsider.com Legend
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Posts
    39,381
    Post Thanks / Like
    [QUOTE=neevsmazda07;2883917]wouldnt it e beter just to sell him the dvd?????? lmao :D[/QUOTE]

    It's too much work to drag the DVD recorder out of the basement, hook it up, burn the discs, put 'em in envelopes, mail 'em......not worth the $20 I'm sure that's all he can afford.

    Penis. It's Thanksgiving for god-sakes.

    SAR I

  5. #85
    JetsInsider.com Legend
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Posts
    39,381
    Post Thanks / Like
    [QUOTE=BRONX JET;2883941]Sar, How are you gonna know if its his? dont think it has an ID card:confused:

    I would just post a pic of John Holmes if I were him[/QUOTE]

    It would be an upskirt type angle. Showing the pipe, the nugget, and the face at the same time.

    SAR I

  6. #86
    Hall Of Fame
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    Oceanside, Long Island
    Posts
    10,582
    Post Thanks / Like
    [QUOTE=SAR I;2884008]It's too much work to drag the DVD recorder out of the basement, hook it up, burn the discs, put 'em in envelopes, mail 'em......not worth the $20 I'm sure that's all he can afford.

    Penis. It's Thanksgiving for god-sakes.

    SAR I[/QUOTE]

    Get yourself one of these (CNET rated 9.1) - By the way, in addition to playing "everything else" it also plays ISO images so ripping a DVD is a 5-10 minute job instead of a 2-3 hour rip + encoding job. It also has a nice interface to browse and play of the NAS (linked below).

    [URL="http://www.popcornhour.com/onlinestore/"]http://www.popcornhour.com/onlinestore/[/URL]

    And one of these - will give you up to 4+ TB of NAS storage or about enough for 1000 uncompressed DVD's.

    [URL="http://www.netgear.com/Products/Storage/ReadyNASNVPlus.aspx"]http://www.netgear.com/Products/Storage/ReadyNASNVPlus.aspx[/URL]

    <edited to add>
    Both are Mac friendly BTW.

  7. #87
    JetsInsider.com Legend
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Posts
    39,381
    Post Thanks / Like
    [QUOTE=EM31;2884057]Get yourself one of these (CNET rated 9.1) - By the way, in addition to playing "everything else" it also plays ISO images so ripping a DVD is a 5-10 minute job instead of a 2-3 hour rip + encoding job. It also has a nice interface to browse and play of the NAS (linked below).

    [URL="http://www.popcornhour.com/onlinestore/"]http://www.popcornhour.com/onlinestore/[/URL]

    And one of these - will give you up to 4+ TB of NAS storage or about enough for 1000 uncompressed DVD's.

    [URL="http://www.netgear.com/Products/Storage/ReadyNASNVPlus.aspx"]http://www.netgear.com/Products/Storage/ReadyNASNVPlus.aspx[/URL]

    <edited to add>
    Both are Mac friendly BTW.[/QUOTE]

    Scenario:

    I have Jets @ Patriots NFL Network live broadcast from last week in 1080i on my DirecTV DVR.

    I want to off that broadcast to something else so that I can a) keep it forever and b) open up the space on the DVR for other programming.

    I want to keep it in 1080i HD, so is this setup your recommending going to let me do that? Pull the file off the DirecTV DVR, store it on a massive drive, and stream it whenever I want? Keep it in 1080i, no loss of resolution?

    I'm not interested in my DVD rips anymore. I've got 300+ movies ripped for iPhone format and will buy the must-have's on Blu-ray when the're released. Far more interested in ripping HD content from my DVR to a permanent medium before my drives are filled up and I'd have to delete some important Jets games.

    TIA

    SAR I

  8. #88
    All League
    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Location
    The Bronx, USA
    Posts
    4,297
    Post Thanks / Like
    [QUOTE=SAR I;2884012]It would be an upskirt type angle. Showing the pipe, the nugget, and the face at the same time.

    SAR I[/QUOTE]




    :barf: :shakehead :wow:

  9. #89
    Hall Of Fame
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    Oceanside, Long Island
    Posts
    10,582
    Post Thanks / Like
    [QUOTE=SAR I;2884086]Scenario:

    I have Jets @ Patriots NFL Network live broadcast from last week in 1080i on my DirecTV DVR.

    I want to off that broadcast to something else so that I can a) keep it forever and b) open up the space on the DVR for other programming.

    I want to keep it in 1080i HD, so is this setup your recommending going to let me do that? Pull the file off the DirecTV DVR, store it on a massive drive, and stream it whenever I want? Keep it in 1080i, no loss of resolution?

    I'm not interested in my DVD rips anymore. I've got 300+ movies ripped for iPhone format and will buy the must-have's on Blu-ray when the're released. Far more interested in ripping HD content from my DVR to a permanent medium before my drives are filled up and I'd have to delete some important Jets games.

    TIA

    SAR I[/QUOTE]
    The answers to your question I believe are a qualified "yes but".

    Quick answers.

    Your recordings, while they may fit the definition of 1080i it does not mean that they are not or have not been compressed. They have been and they are. They are also encrypted on disk with a key that is specific to your DVR box. That means there is no was to get at them directly from the DVR even if you were prepared to void your warranty by opening your box (I assume you are not).

    It also means you will need to "play" them in order to capture them outside of your DirectTV DVR. That is the only way to have your cake and eat it (free up DVR space while keeping the recordings).

    [B]This device will do that[/B] [URL="http://www.hauppauge.com/site/products/data_hdpvr.html"]http://www.hauppauge.com/site/products/data_hdpvr.html[/URL]
    ...but it needs the cooperation of your computer to do it. **note** it supports capture of video signals up to 1080i or 720p and not 1080p but since nobody is broadcasting 1080p you are fine there.

    As to saving and playing blue ray using the NAS and Popcorn hour. Well that depends on the movie and how it was encoded. The highest frame rates and resolutions are beyond the reach of the current popcorn hour (CASINO ROYALE did not work for me) 22 GIG on disk. Other Blue Ray movies have worked fine uncompressed. So a maxed-out ReadyNAS (4*1.5TB disks) would only hold about 200 blue ray movies. Note that this would be the most attractive way to store disks. Basically the ISO is a file with the entire image of the CD/DVD/or Blue ray disk in it.

    Blue ray ripping is a complex subject and I don't know all that much. Suffice it to say that there is a lot of fluff in Blue ray format. Many audio tracks DTS, AC3, etc are encoded into a BLue ray disk. You would choose to keep the audio you want and discard the others with no loss of quality. The video itself might be compressed down to 5GB with tremendous and I do mean tremendous quality. As good or better than your DirectTV "high def" broadcasts.

    There is currently no one-click copy and save to network drive for Blue Ray movies but I expect there to be one soon. For now if you buy the disk then play the disk. If you want the ability to go-to-my-jets-football-folder and play-indy-Jets-2003-playoff game with a single remote and never having to leave your couch then a Network drive and a network media tank device such as the popcorn hour is the way to go.

    I just finished a marathon session of High-def "Lost" season-3 for example. I may play some dvd audio albums next or backup an image of by computer hard drive to the network drive. I may do both at the same time.

    Oh, the popcorn hour will also connect to youtube and play videos from there or it can cycle through a very wife-friendly slideshow of family pictures to impress the relatives during the holidays.

    Don't even get me started on newsgroups.

  10. #90
    Veteran
    Join Date
    Mar 2006
    Location
    New York, NY
    Posts
    1,041
    Post Thanks / Like
    One of the funniest threads I've ever read...

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

Follow Us