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Old 28 Mar 2003, 09:11 AM   #1
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Hey guys I am making a site it's name is www.dvhelp.cjb.net It will be a complimation of guides of all types and links to software. The guides are from Doom9 (which I have contacted without responce yet) and DivX-Digest. Will I need permission to use the guides from here?

Well I just wanted to inform some people for a very simple but VERY useful site in the making
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Old 28 Mar 2003, 10:51 AM   #2
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a good site may be one which comprises LINKS to most every dv problem one might face.

thus dont simply copy somebody elses guide (noone likes that of course) but create links to e.g.:



Ripping with SMARTRIPPER

Transcoding with DVX

Transcoding with GordianKnot

Converting AC3 => OGG

or

AC3 DIVX => SVCD

and so one

this would be really useful, but stay away from simply copying other guides.
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Old 28 Mar 2003, 10:59 AM   #3
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Thanks for the suggestions and I will take what you said to my website.

So basicly this would be a Digital Video Portal
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well you might consider it such

providing other peoples guide on your page would be plagiarism on the other hand.

and i think it might be very usefull to have a clearly structured and fast site that helps many users by providing the necessary link to a very certain solution.

take your time collecting information and links, think about a good order, make sure to provide links to guides that are not out of date, cover as many aspect of DV as possible:

ripping, transcoding, merging, fixing, cutting, converting mpeg-4

same for vcd/svcd/dvd/dvb

audio extraction, conversion, improving, fixing, muxing etc
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Old 28 Mar 2003, 11:38 AM   #5
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I've made a file of all I know about VirtualDub and I am going to make pages with stuff like that on it also.
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Old 28 Mar 2003, 12:13 PM   #6
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Just to tell you guys DVHelp is now opperational look at my sig for the link
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the examples i gave in my first reply were meant as such: examples

make sure to add different stuff on the same topic so your readers will have a choice and not simply got to doom9 guides, digital digest solutions or maybe visit my site.

include dvdhelp and other good resources you might come across when searching with google.

and dont forget to create a clear and well structured layout.
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Old 28 Mar 2003, 12:49 PM   #8
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Oh there is many changes in the making I just posted them like that to make it "opperational"
Right now I have guides from
You
Doom9
dvdrhelp
and me
EDIT : Just added a couple www.dvdhelp.us guides

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I'm happy to hear you're trying to put together a one-stop source for reference, I know I'd try to do something of this sort if I had the time =/ You save me the trouble!

You should either have all the links you post popup in a new window, or make your entire site framed.

Also you might want to consider making some table/gif menus for easier navigation, with a sub-menu at the top mayhaps....

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Old 28 Mar 2003, 10:53 PM   #10
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Well thanks for them!
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Old 29 Mar 2003, 01:45 PM   #11
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By the middle of april I will have a domain registered as www.dvportal.com

Can anyone suggest on where to get my domain and server? For a pretty good price All I need is 200-500MB and probably 5-10GB of bandwidth
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That's kind of a broad question to ask...

depends if you want subdomains, what kind of services your website needs to run (php, etc), if you're gonna have forums and such....

Are you just meaning a basic host that will just hold your files without anything special?
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Old 29 Mar 2003, 03:47 PM   #13
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I need something with php because I plan on using phpbb forums. Other than that, No all I need is about 200 Megs of space and 5-10 gigs of bandwidth.

Oh yeah also a domain name. wouldn't wanna have cjb.net at the end of that one lol.

What do you think I will be spending annually on something like this. I mean I know I can afford it but I would just like to know an average price
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It's been a long time since I've looked for hosts, so I can't suggest any specific sites =/

You should be able to get that domain for <=$30 a year, and a basic host from 10-20 a month, depending on what extras they offer.
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