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The video transfer process enables users to take any video file and transpose it into another medium. Taping a show onto a video cassette is one example of this, although this has now become rather uncommon. Personal video recorder machines have revolutionized how television shows are now taped. Instead of having to amass an immense collection of cassettes to tape a show, one electronic recorder can tape an entire series. These recorders have become so popular that they are now included free of charge in most cable packages. This allows viewers who have fulltime jobs to still be able to watch their shows even if there are away from their television. Some recorders are so advanced that they do wirelessly video transfer to the viewer’s smart phone, adding another layer of portability to the experience.
Another example of how technology has revolutionized video viewing is DVD copying. People used to have to worry about letting their children use their DVDs or lending them out to friends. Luckily, it is now relatively easy to copy a DVD. All that is required is a DVD burner and the correct software. The usual process includes the user placing the original DVD in the drive and then telling the software to make a copy. Halfway through the process, they take out the original and put in a blank DVD. This becomes even easier if they have two DVD burners. With two burners, the user places the original in one and a blank in the other. With technology this easy, it is no surprise that anyone, regardless of age or experience, can copy a DVD. It should be noted that making these copies is only legal on DVDs owned by the user. Copyright law allows for one backup copy to be made.