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To Be Fair:
Meow!
1:27 am — Tuesday, 27 December 2016
anonymous:
Zing?

They should have been more like Vesper, and called it "1.0" when it didn't have basic features? Would that have made a big difference?
2:19 am — Tuesday, 27 December 2016
Q*Bert:
I'm sure Gruber would have preferred it said at version 0.0.7 forever.
2:58 am — Tuesday, 27 December 2016
AnonYmous:
The fact that he believes handbrake has any kind of dependency on optical media shows that he's completely out of touch.

What a fucking loser tool.
4:12 am — Tuesday, 27 December 2016
Dicknose:
I went to Drexel University and I am a fucking bell end.
4:23 am — Tuesday, 27 December 2016
webOS & BB10 forever:
If not Handbrake, what is the DVD/Blu-Ray burning app of choice nowadays?
1:24 pm — Tuesday, 27 December 2016
anonymous:
is JG snobbing handbrake ? This app's beta versions did more each week of the last decennia than Vesper did in its entire life.
2:58 pm — Tuesday, 27 December 2016
enough already:
way to shit on 13 years of hard work, dick.
7:55 pm — Tuesday, 27 December 2016
My Optional Name:
>If not Handbrake, what is the DVD/Blu-Ray burning app of choice nowadays?

Handbrake does not nor never could burn media to DVDs/Blu-Rays.
5:55 pm — Wednesday, 28 December 2016
anonymous:
Blu-Ray is still the king. 4K bandwidth requirements are simply too great for most of the people's internet data caps.
10:15 pm — Wednesday, 28 December 2016
anonymous:
handbrake convinced me to switch to the mac in 2006

11:02 pm — Wednesday, 28 December 2016
Anonymynous:
>The fact that he believes handbrake has any kind of dependency on optical media shows that he's completely out of touch.

And chauvinistic because he doesn't realise people – even people using handbrake – do still go to discs.

This computer fanblog's so past it.
7:41 pm — Thursday, 29 December 2016
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