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How to watch geo-blocked TV by changing your DNS settings:http://youtu.be/odZKZSytTt0
How to create a free US iTunes account without a credit card: http://youtu.be/iWeQzd9VA3E
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This video shows you how to reduce the file size of a video without losing any of the quality. It uses the free program: Handbrake to reduce the file size to about half the original size.
See also: How to rip a DVD using Handbrake and Windows 7.
This video shows you how to watch geo-blocked TV by changing your DNS settings. It uses the service Unotelly (unotelly.com) which requires a paid subscription after a free trial. If you're tired of being blocked out of watching great TV content just because you're in the wrong geographic region, this video will show you the workaround.
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