Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:
Can a fella connect a standard blu ray player to a laptop as a mock “external drive” so he might, with the help of software, rip his discs? Or would this fella be better off purchasing an actual external drive? And if he should do that, and keeping in mind he lives in the U.K., what should he be looking for? How do all the fan editors here rip their sources?! Please and thank you.
I wish I had an answer for you, but I always just used an internal drive for this. But I’ll bump this for your question and for mine:
Kind of a random mystery, but I was digitizing some home movies (VHS-C) and ran across one labeled on the box and on the tape as being from 2003. However when I played it, the content was wrong. At this point I would just assume that the original content had been overwritten, but the new content had a burned-in timecode of FEB 6 2000.
What could be going on here? I have the same sort of tapes that are accurately timecoded up through 1999, so could it be that the camcorder glitched in 2003 and displayed the wrong date, or did my parents screw up both the box and the tape labeling? But if that was the case, I’d have another tape with that missing content but it’s nowhere to be found.
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