I am obviously anxious to see Shrek 2 in May on HBO, so, I decided to go ahead and make the artwork for it. The Shrek 2 logo is completely custom, and not a bad replica of the original if I say so myself.
No problem Nathan, I wasn't sure if that was the case or if you accidentally attached the "attachment version" instead of the full size.
If anyone has high rez cover art for Last Samurai (like a scan of the DVD cover) I'd appreciate it so I could make my own cover. Or better yet, if the person who created the cover could email Nathan the full rez version that would be great too.
Well you guys have got my interest here. I have some questions so that I can get started doing some movies.
I have an HDTV DVR cable box and around 14 HD stations. The box has a firewire output, dvi & component. So which VCR do I need to buy to record on ? Must it be a JVC ? I heard if I bought the Mits I could not buy store bought D-VHS movies but I could record my own and create covers for much less cash.
Last thing. Is the firewire outs on these cable boxes copy protected or what ? Fill me in guys !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I use a JVC. It has been basically flawless with around 120 recordings. I think the Mitsu will work. Firewire is the only way to record to D-VHS, but is usually is coded with 5C protection with a "write once" code, so it can not be duplicated more than once.
I'd say, and I think most people would agree, that the JVC HM-DH5U is the very best D-vhs player/recorder today. Even if you don't have any interest in D-theater tapes today, you never know what the future holds..
Also the latter JVC's have DTS sound capability, the 5U has even got a HDMI output