camaroguy1998 wrote:I could see how you would come to the conclusion that I rip discs, but I do not!
The hint would be the BD Burners(x2)!
With that said, it has been crossing my mind to get away from my old school ways and setup some sort of a NAS/Server.
The stacks are starting to get out of hand!
Oh my goodness...
Yes, you need to move to an external SSD or a NAS device ASAP. It's an excellent solution.
(free for three weeks or $100 for a lifetime purchase)
3) 2TB Hard Drive for $59.99 - https://amzn.to/2Inf8lU
(Maybe buy two to RAID them for redundancy - low cost $120 backup for 2TB)
That is all you need to backup all your content digitally. It's so nice and convenient. The software now supports 4K Ultra HD media as well, so you can digitally back up everything. Stick it on a USB drive and you can plug it straight into a HDTV. Walmart has a 55" Hisense 55DU6500 4K UHD HDR Smart TV for $299 that doesn't support Cinavia technologies. I have that model, so if you have any questions let me know. Amazing setup for the price and no Cinavia to mess up any movie playback. Try doing that with a bigger name brand TV or any Bluray player on the market today. I always laugh when my friends run out and spend $1000+ on a TV and it doesn't look any better than my Hisense model and has all the DRM technologies enabled.
LMAO, I hit the OMG point a few years ago!
Anydvd is a very good tool combined with CloneDVD and CloneBD!(Slysoft to RedFox)
Anydvd does have a feature to eliminate the Cinavia watermark when used with CloneBD!
Although that does not work with DVDs yet, I have only come across a few DVDs that had the cinavia mark.
As far as TVs go, you're gonna have a hard time getting me to give up my Plasma's!
I do have a cheap Samsung 4k UHD HDR that so far has filled my needs! It doesnt have many features, but it works!
To be honest I'm not sure if it does support cinavia!?! I either stream or play BDs with it!
The BD player I have is old enough that cinavia isnt a factor!
Anydvd eliminates cinavia issues anyway!
The idea of an external SSD sounds interesting! Any recommendations?