Free movie tip – D.O.A.

Categories: Tips
D.O.A. (1950) movie Found in the Internet Archive, D.O.A. of 1950 is a classic film noir movie. Although I’m not a fan of old movies, this drama mystery was pretty worth it. The basic story is of a person who tries to investigate who murdered him. The story is pretty rich with very good moments of suspense and a nice character build-up. The victim who has received a deadly poison goes out to search for his own killer.

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Your internet TV with Miro

Categories: Audio and Video
Miro comes to organize all the video content on the web in a very nice way for us. First, right out of the box there is a very nice way for you to find and watch videos from YouTube, blip.tv, DailyMotion, and others. Just use the search bar at the bottom of the program to find what you want. Easy to search and then once you find something good, watch it and download it if you want.

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Burn your video DVDs with open source

Categories: CD and DVD
Want to burn a movie DVD with files from your computer? Do it ever so easily with DVD Flick. I’ve yet to find another program that is better and easier to use then DVD Flick. You can even add subtitles (and edit its appearance), add different audio tracks, and adjust some other settings of your DVD project. The process really couldn’t be easier. For a simple burn just select the file and click on “Create DVD”.

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