Downloading movies these days is quite easy, but the hard part is getting them to your television set. It can be done but it is harder than it should be. Many sites and programs allow us to buy and download movies without a problem such a iTunes, Amazon Unbox, MovieLink, CinemaNow., and Apple TV. However, most of us don't want to watch our movies on a 17-inch monitor. We want bigger!
Anyway, lets get started. I will give you guys a few different methods of transferring your movies to the TV.
Step 1: Method 1: Burn It
All major music suppliers allow you to burn your music to a cd, but not all movie suppliers let you burn the movies you download to DVD.
Most service that supplies movies encodes its DV files with some form of a digital rights management that keeps the user from making a certain amount of burns to a DVD. Cinema-Now, however does let users burn them to a DVD-R to a limit though.
There is Limewire and file-sharing programs that give you the files directly from other users, and you will need a converting program to convert your files to DVD format. It is alot harder to transfer files in DVD format, so it is rare to find a file that is not .avi format that you need to convert to DVD. Ther are many programs that make this conversion so don't worry.
**Disclaimer**Limewire is a file-sharing program in which you may obtain copyrighted material. It is illegal and I do not recommend using it because it could land you some heavy fines.