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Converting DVDs and CDs to Dropbox

Converting DVDs and CDs to Dropbox

kareninca
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I am going to put all of my CDs and DVDs on the computer and then I want to transfer them to the cloud.  I won't be maintaining copies on my computer or external hard drive in most cases.  I want to be able to view or listen to these on my computer and on a Smart TV and even a Fire tablet (if possible), and once in a great while on Android.  I am mostly clear on how to get the physical media to the computer but clueless as to putting it on Dropbox.  I am a neophyte, you can't give me too much detail.  Is this something I can do with this service?

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Здравко
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@kareninca wrote:

...  I am mostly clear on how to get the physical media to the computer but clueless as to putting it on Dropbox.  ...


If you have already installed Dropbox application, you don't need to know anything more. Just put all you need into the Dropbox folder (or some subfolder inside) in the same why, you would do it to any other place on the computer (something you are "mostly clear"). 😉 That's it.

Hope this helps.

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Здравко
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@kareninca wrote:

...  I am mostly clear on how to get the physical media to the computer but clueless as to putting it on Dropbox.  ...


If you have already installed Dropbox application, you don't need to know anything more. Just put all you need into the Dropbox folder (or some subfolder inside) in the same why, you would do it to any other place on the computer (something you are "mostly clear"). 😉 That's it.

Hope this helps.

kareninca
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Thank you for taking the time to answer.  Because ripping DVDs is far more complicated than CDs, I was worried there were additional steps to get it in Dropbox.

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