[mythtv-users] Slightly OT - How many People have Video libraries over 8TB?
anothersname at googlemail.com
Fri Jul 6 19:42:21 UTC 2012
On 6 July 2012 20:17, Simon Hobson <linux at thehobsons.co.uk> wrote:
> Another Sillyname wrote:
>> The 13TB is about 2500+ movies (assorted from dreadful DTV rips taking
>> under 700mb up to Blu Ray rips Taking 2-3.5GB - I always rescale my
>> Blu Rays to 720p as in all honesty I can't see a difference in a good
>> 720p rip done properly and a 1080p native YMMV). There's also 350+ TV
>> series and documentaries.
> I'm not sure it's that good an idea broadcasting to the entire list that you
> are breaking the law - deliberately and over a long time period.
> Yes, everyone does it, but in the UK there is no 'fair use' provision that
> allows you to format shift from DVD/BR to anything else, nor to allow you to
> keep TV recordings beyond a reasonable time for timeshifting (and even that
> isn't actually allowed in law, just something that's officially ignored).
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I'd challenge the basis of your presumption, all my recordings are
only for personal usage and as I have all the physical BR and or DVDs
for anything in the library that was produced from that medium I'm not
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