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On backups do you use a retail DVD cover? - 1/19/2005 5:08:37 PM   
sinbad


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I use a Canon 370 M/P printer and Paint Shop Pro 9.0+, also Dell Image expert to grab covers off of the internet that are not copyrighted. I am using my own DVD covers that I have to scan and print and I am making up my own versions for a VHS title to DVD, does any one else do this? What gear do you use and what OS do you use?


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RE: On backups do you use a retail DVD cover? - 1/20/2005 3:45:17 AM   
Iggy


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I use the simple Nero Cover designer. I have WinXP SP2 and most times I scan the DVDs I rent. My printer is a Canon i550. I am also happy.

The scanner I use is a HP ScanJet 5300C.

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RE: On backups do you use a retail DVD cover? - 1/20/2005 10:24:44 AM   
sinbad


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Thanks for your simple muse you did not answer the question but like always you do respond with a minimal answer to get you a higher post count IMHO, enjoy your higher post count.

It's too bad that unless you post something illegal you don't get hardly any responses to your post on this supposedly helpful and exciting to be on forum!


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RE: On backups do you use a retail DVD cover? - 1/20/2005 5:02:55 PM   
MP3Mogul


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I use CoverXP with an Epson R300

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RE: On backups do you use a retail DVD cover? - 1/20/2005 9:21:01 PM   
sinbad


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MPMogul sort of like Paul Champagne he's good but his prices, the only one I would like to update is my X-Files Season 1, I bought it used and it looks used, whereas my James Bond Volume 2 look as new as when I bought it.


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RE: On backups do you use a retail DVD cover? - 1/24/2005 12:34:45 AM   
grizzlybare


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Check out collectorz.com for movies. They also have a download for music and other media. Under movies, they have several templates that can be downloaded and the program automatically includes covers when new entries are made. Of course there is a charge, but to try it costs zip and you can use it for up to 50 movies to see if it is worthwhile for you. It is a great program that keeps track of your entire collection, including loans.

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RE: On backups do you use a retail DVD cover? - 1/24/2005 2:17:04 AM   
Iggy


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Dear friend do you have any personal problem with my posts? Do you know me, since I really don't like your attitude.

It is the second time you do this, why???

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RE: On backups do you use a retail DVD cover? - 1/24/2005 2:30:39 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: sinbad

Thanks for your simple muse you did not answer the question but like always you do respond with a minimal answer to get you a higher post count IMHO, enjoy your higher post count.

No offence, but i don't really get it. Iggy is always trying to help, and you can see this from all his posts. Even if he can't help you, he always tries to do his best. In my opinion, it's better to have a 50% answer than nothing. On the other hand, if you don't like users that post only to icrease the post count (i don't like them either), you could just ignore his reply, and not raise your post count with inrelevante answers (again, no offence)

quote:

ORIGINAL: sinbad

It's too bad that unless you post something illegal you don't get hardly any responses to your post on this supposedly helpful and exciting to be on forum!

as i can see, you already have several responses on this "helpful and exciting" forum, so, no need to comment on this one dude. Day by day, you will see (as i have seen) that most users in this forum are professionals, so you'll get good reliable infos here and not just users opinions that can always be wrong

Happy posting


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