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Unlike Windows 7 and its other predecessors, Windows 8 won't play DVDs natively. Fortunately, there are low-cost ways around the problem.
Move precious memories online (and create digital backups) with help from a scanner, a video converter, and better-than-basic editing software.
Aviva received a $50 Google Play gift certificate. How does Google's formats and DRM policy effect where she can enjoy the music, movies, and books she buys?
Thc008 asked the Photo Editing forum about saving a video frame as a single photo.
Normally $49.95, Digiarty Software's utility can be yours free of charge, no strings attached.
Are you wondering how to put your movie collection on your brand-new smartphone or tablet for some on-the-go video goodness? Read this collection of how-tos to find out how to rip your DVDs and Blu-ray movies, convert them in HandBrake, and sync your iTunes purchases.
Want to watch your DVDs or videos on your iPad or Honeycomb tablet? We'll show you how.
Here is how to make your Android phone open nearly any file type be it audio, video, images, and documents.
Blu-ray drives and software are notoriously troublesome. But if you plan ahead, you can make sure there's no disappointment when the time comes to watch your movie.
If you rely on the TV guide in Windows Media Center, you'll definitely want the latest version of this add-on--even though it's no longer free.
Trying to resurrect a tuner-defunct media center? The free Hulu Desktop Integration plug-in for Windows Media Center is a great place to start.
Can't tune in analog channels anymore? Before you consign your home-theater PC to the trash pile, try Boxee.