How to get rid of your old movie cassettes, CDs and DVDs
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Here are some ideas to try out for your old video and DVD collection.
If you have a Blu-ray disc that you don’t want to destroy, try these: 1.
Remove it from its case.
If the disc is damaged, it can’t be replaced.
Take the disc out of its case, put it on a flat surface and slide it under a table.
Keep the DVD in a plastic bag.
Use a magnet to gently pull out the disc from its plastic case.
Put the disc in the back of a DVD player.
Replace the disc with a new one.
Check your DVD’s internal storage to see if it has a DVD folder or a CD-ROM folder.
Get a DVD reader.
Make sure you have the DVD on your PC’s hard drive.
Start a new movie, DVD, or CD. 11.
Have your kids watch the movie.
Find a place to store your old DVD collection (in a cabinet, closet, or in the attic).
Try an old TV remote control.
Ask someone who has an old computer to lend you a spare.
Buy a DVD or Blu-Ray disc from an online retailer.
Go through the old tapes to see what movies are still available.
Purchase a DVD to see how it is viewed.
Create a playlist to watch movies from the last 10 years.
Join a movie night at your local library.
Look for new movies on Netflix.
Visit a movie theater.
Read about the history of movies in a book.
Set up a movie rental service.
Give a movie a new look.
Concert tickets can be a great way to see old films on the big screen.
Be sure to check out old television shows on Netflix to see the original movies.
Watch a movie at a flea market.
Listen to a movie with friends at a music festival.
Hear a movie on YouTube.
Bring a copy of your DVD collection home and play it on your TV or computer.
Do some research to find the movies you want to see and how much they cost.
Pick a favorite genre and watch it. 33.
Savor a movie, play some music, and listen to it again later.
Play a favorite TV show on Netflix and read an article about it.
Shop for old film or television equipment.
Recycle old DVDs.
Wipe a disc or a DVD drive clean.
Change the film or TV setting on your DVD player to its newest setting.
Search online for old video game consoles.
Determine the quality of a movie you want.
Paint your old TV or DVD player with a film color and see how your movie plays.
A film or a TV show that you want can be seen on your mobile device in real time.
Batch watch a film or series on Netflix in the dark.
Download a movie for your iPhone or iPad to watch on your phone or tablet.
Learn how to watch an old video on YouTube and use it as an online source.
Sign up for Netflix’s email newsletter and watch your favorite movies online from a new location.
Save the audio from your old computer and play them on your television or computer in the future.
Discover the history and popularity of movies on YouTube, Netflix, and other streaming sites.
See a movie through the eyes of a real-life character in the movies.
Work on your movie making skills.
Help other people make a movie.
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