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    Question Ripping DVD footage.

    Can anyone help, I'm trying to capture some footage from a home movie that I have already burned to DVD. I have deleted the original AVI files and would like to know what software I need to transfer some of this footage onto my hard drive so I can make a new movie. I've tried Windows Movie Maker, Pinnacle Studio 9 and Adobe Premiere Pro but none of these seem to offer this facility. Thanks Graham.

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    What format do you need it in? You can use dvd decrypter to rip the vob files back to your hdd, but they will still be dvd format mpeg2. Come back with more info on the format you need for some more help.

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    DVD Ripping

    Thanks for your reply, I want a format that I can edit with such as AVI or MPEG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinleech
    What format do you need it in? You can use dvd decrypter to rip the vob files back to your hdd, but they will still be dvd format mpeg2. Come back with more info on the format you need for some more help.
    i believe that is now illegal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davos
    i believe that is now illegal.
    It's a home movie - he owns the copyright!
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    Ripping DVD.

    Davos, how can it be illegal for me to take files from a DVD which is my own production from camcorder footage I have taken, do not confuse this with ripping from copyrighted material. Graham.

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    hehe sorry, didnt read as well as i should. apologies

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    Graham, head over to http://www.doom9.org, lots of info and tools there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham17
    Can anyone help, I'm trying to capture some footage from a home movie that I have already burned to DVD. I have deleted the original AVI files and would like to know what software I need to transfer some of this footage onto my hard drive so I can make a new movie. I've tried Windows Movie Maker, Pinnacle Studio 9 and Adobe Premiere Pro but none of these seem to offer this facility. Thanks Graham.
    If you have mplayer use "mplayer dvd://1 --dumpstream" where 1 is the title number. That will get you a straight MPEG-2 file that most things can edit.

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    ooooooh! that could come in hand, didn't know about that one

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    Either rip with decrypter or just copy the files over from the disc to hd, then run the files through dvdshrink, you can edit quite a bit with it

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