digital use plus technical question
blair at telepathic-movie.org
Sun Aug 7 11:50:23 EDT 2005
I can only speak to windows, but some technical issues are:
selecting sections of ripped DVD [using dvd-decrypter].... either with
an editor, or preferably in DVD authoring software.
and "NTSC" vs. "PAL"... the mpeg files have different sizes and frame
rates, and usually have to be homogenized.
If one of the apple apps lets you do both inside the software, that is
only speaking of win.... www.mediachance.com has a very inexpensive and
quite powerful dvd authoring tool [DVD-Lab, or pro, $99 or $200],
does the first,
and for a few dollars [30?] you can add on software [dvd source
creator... haven't used it but should be solid] that will integrate with
and do the NTSC/PAL homogenization.
There is a learning curve, but the manual is good.
Free trials of course.
best of luck,
Stian =%ISO-8859-1?Q?R=F8dven?= Eide wrote:
>>I know there is so-called "ripping" software to extract DVD material and copy it to another DVD, but I don't know which kind is any good, or if such software can extract clips from multiple regions, namely Regions 1 and 2, in NTSC and sometimes PAL, which will all be showable on one DVD.
> At www.doom9.org <http://www.doom9.org> you can find a lot of free (as
> in no charge) Windows tools for extracting video from DVD's.
> DVD-Decrypter is especially popular.
> If you use a Free (as in Freedom) operating system like GNU/Linux,
> there is a great program called DVD:Rip (http://www.exit1.org/dvdrip/)
>>I don't know whether PC or MAC is better for this purpose either.
> Both PC's and MAC's can run a Free operating system. (I recommend
> Ubuntu GNU/Linux which can be found at www.ubuntu.com
> The doom9 website has only got tools for the Windows operating system,
> but most of them can also be run on GNU/Linux using WINE (www.
> <http://www.winehq.com>*wine*hq.com <http://www.winehq.com>)
> I know of no such tools specifically for the MAC OS.
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