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Old 09-20-10, 07:40 PM
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Best TV sites?

Who likes what TV sites for shows you missed? I've tried hulu and tvduck but haven't really found a "best" site. I like megavideo but graboid seems to be a bit tricky. Pushplay.com says it's free but wants a credit card. Not liking that.

What I'd really like to be able to do is to download shows to a media player and watch them on my lunch break.

Anyone do this now and/or what do you like best?
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Re: Best TV sites?

You can get 3rd party programs or add-ons to firefox to save youtube videos to your hard drive. Maybe something like that would work. I'll try and check it out for you.

I also saw in the October Horror Movie Challenge thread a list of free sites to get TV and movies from at the very start of it. Maybe look there too.
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Re: Best TV sites?

EZ....wait, never mind.
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Re: Best TV sites?

Originally Posted by Timber View Post
EZ....wait, never mind.
Yeah, that's the ticket!
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Re: Best TV sites?

I think a dual tuner TiVo is really calling your name.
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Originally Posted by JuryDuty View Post
I think a dual tuner TiVo is really calling your name.
Thanks all.

I have a (Motorola) dual tuner DVR now but I can't record OUT from it onto portable media, only into it.
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Re: Best TV sites?

I think most of the major networks let you watch episodes on their sites for free the day after they've aired. There are also plenty of places to download shows but we're not allowed to talk about that.
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Re: Best TV sites?

Originally Posted by NORML54601 View Post
I think most of the major networks let you watch episodes on their sites for free the day after they've aired. There are also plenty of places to download shows but we're not allowed to talk about that.
Do you know if these network sites have rules against downloading them for later viewing or must one just stream them and watch?

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