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    Bootlegging Tips for SuprNova

    INFO TECHNOLOGY: Are you tired of surfing on SuprNova and wondering which version of Spiderman 2 you should download? Here's a handy reference for the various terms used so you can get the best version:

    Telesync: a copy which was shot in an empty cinema or from the projection booth with a professional camera, directly connected to the sound source.

    Screener: a copy made from either VHS tape or from DVD-Video disc that are sent to movie critics and censors before the movie is available to public through video rental chains. Normally refers to a very good quality bootlegged copy.

    Cam: a specific method how movie pirates create illegal bootleg copies of original movies. Cam method is basically just a guy who uses either regular or professional camcorder to shoot the movie either from TV or actually inside a movie theatre (in some Cam copies of movies you can actually see audience as well :-). These bootleg copies are normally then encoded into VCD, SVCD or DivX format and distributed illegally over the Internet.

    Telecine: a method to make an illegal bootleg copy of an original movie. Telecine method can be done in various ways, but normally it includes process where the movie is taken directly from the reel to digital format and then encoded into VCD, SVCD or DivX format. Other bootleg methods include Telesync, Screener, Cam and DVD-Rip.

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