Dell Qflix Delivers Legal Movie Burning
Movie downloads are great…if you want to watch them on your PC, that is. Media extenders and other devices will let you stream content from your PC so you can view it on your TV, but they're often difficult to install and don't always work as advertised. Transferring that content to a DVD should offer a simpler solution, but copy protection schemes have made it a legal headache—especially for retailers who want to allow their customers to browse content digitally and burn their own DVD right in the store.
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