CinemaNow introduces movie download-to-burn DVD service.
A new service which enables movies to be downloaded from the Internet and copied onto DVD, has been introduced by CinemaNow, an online movie seller.
The company said the DVDs produced through the legal download-to-burn service can be played on any standard DVD player. CinemaNow intends to offer 100 older films to begin with, including the 1992 'Scent of a Woman' and the 2003 'Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle'.
The service starts from USD8.99 and customers can only burn one copy of each movie downloaded, to DVD, in order to protect against piracy. The movies will feature the menus, games and director interviews featured on the original DVDs and, depending on broadband connections and other factors, will take a few hours to download and burn.
The service offered by CinemaNow will feature movies from the home entertainment divisions of The Walt Disney Co, LionsGate Entertainment, Universal Pictures, Sony Corp's Sony Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
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|Date:||Jul 19, 2006|
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