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Downloading to DVD
By: KC Morgan
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    Itís not the kind of thing a lot of people openly talk about, at least not in public forums, but lots of people like to download videos, even full-length movies, on the Internet. The trouble is, of course, in many cases itís actually illegal to download movies and then burn them to DVD (despite the relative ease of using DVD burners these days). If youíve been longing for a day when downloading to DVD isnít just easy but law-abiding as well, Qflix could be the answer for you.

    Working with Sonic Solutions, Dell has helped to develop a new device which will make it not only perfectly legal but fairly easy to download and burn movies via Internet. If downloading to DVD, legally and easily, sounds good, you'll want to learn more about Qflix. Find out why this device is probably going to set the trend for digital downloads of the future.

    Meet the Qflix

    The Qflix is a stand-up, black external drive specifically made for burning downloaded video from the Internet. Currently, Dell's Qflix is powered by very specific software and works with a very specific site.

    Using the Qflix, anyone can download a movie from the site CinemaNow and burn the film directly to a playable DVD. Dell has stated that the burned DVDs should work on standard players, so there's no need for you to make an additional purchase. This single device makes it almost effortless to enjoy downloaded movies on almost any home theater. You'll also be ensured of a certain quality with these fully legal downloads from CinemaNow, something which often can't be guaranteed when you acquire movies through less-than-legal means.

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