First rule of fight club......
SMUTT!! You must not have read my post above?Whats a dvd tracker for?
dvds come in 2 flavors... ISO or a folder with the movie files in it (vob,ifo, etc).Alright. I have joined a nice private torrent tracker site for movies. So. Got a few more questions.
What format should I download in? The website only has a few formats that they accept there, for uploading. They have 1080p, 720p, HD-DVD etc. It all seems like a bunch of high end shit. Problem is I have no blue ray burner. Yet. Got the player, just no burner. What exactly is the popluar format for downloading a plane old DVD? One that is going to play in any old DVD player?
correct..you just burn an ISO and you are good to go. You need to know if you dvd player is region free or not. Some movies are PAL and some are NTSC. We use NTSC in America. PAL is used in foreign countries. Most dvd players these days will play both, but older ones will not. Any computer should play either. Also, when you download, pay attention to file size. There are DVD5 and DVD9 rips. Most dvds these days are over the 4.2gb size and need to be burned on dual layer dvds. So there are 2 options when ripping. Rip it down to 4.2gb by getting rid of the extras and possibly compressing a bit, or leave it as a DVD9 and its 8gb. You will need a dual layer dvd if you get the DVD9 copy.So you just burn the ISO straight to a DVD disc and it works fine? Cause you know how when you download an app, you burn in ISO format and it just works. Same thing with DVD's? Sorry I'm a bit of a noob, never even burned a DVD before, or even downloaded a movie. Also, tried to register there at theDVDclub.org, but it looks like you have to have an invite code. Are you allowed to invite people yet 8mpg?
If it's the one I'm thinking it could be they'll also ban you if you offer memberships via forums like this.You have to be invited by an existing member, who has achieved the "power user" rank. As a noob to the site, I have not, I'm afraid.