If you’re a gamer you’re probably already smitten with your PS3. Like an old friend it’s dependable, and you know it’s limitations, but you love it anyway. However, everyone and everything has hidden depths, and your PS3 is no different – it too is a dark horse…
(2) Buying books and DVDs. If you have a library in your area, you should pretty much never buy DVDs or books unless it is a title that you’ve really been looking forward to. You can also find a ton of these titles online, streaming or downloadable, for free. If you want to buy the digital version, like on iTunes or Amazon’s Kindle, you’ll pay less for the digital version than you would for the hard copy.
There are also some other websites who let us stream some files for free at first; but after few numbers of files streamed, we should pay regularly like once a month, once in every six months, or maybe once a year.
Besides 3D Blu-ray disc playback, the BD-C7900 supports DVD, CD audio AVCHD, Divx HD, WMA, MP3 and JPEG. It is DLNA certified so you can connect the Blu-ray Disc Player to your Home Network via the Ethernet Port or the built in 802.11n wireless, and stream videos, movies, music and photos directly to your TV screen. The BD-C7900 has 1 GB of internal memory so it makes it easy to download and store BD-Live data, or you can use a USB storage device. The USB port can support music, movies and photo playback as long as the files are either JPEG, MP3, DivX, AVCHD, or MKV files.
THE PROS: The DMP-BD75 Blu-Ray player is an entry-level Blu-Ray player from Panasonic. Priced under a hundred dollars, the player provides great features that includes Pacotes SKY of Netflix, CinemaNow, and Vudu, Fast loading times, USB, a new easy to use GUI, DLNA certification (stream video from your PC) and of course it can playback Blu-Ray discs at 1080p/24 video resolution. As well as supporting the latest HD audio formats – Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
You can also try Hidownload (Platinum) to download music and radio audio from Tvslo.si. And the URL helper could also sniff out the video URLs, you can paste it to the download manager or Flashrip software and download it.
If 3D fails to take hold in Home Entertainment market, it does not mean the end of Blu-ray. It is still the best High Definition format available. While Blu-ray has not seen the success DVDs had in the late 1990s. It has built a solid foundation and has continued to grow ever year. With the coming of 3D Home Entertainment, the success of Blu-ray may finally become the mainstream disc format many predicted.