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    Default Hi guys little prob

    I have put an old film of mine on to dvd how do i get it from dvd to pc to mess around with it with ulead video editor thx
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    p4 2.8
    1gb ddr ram
    120 gb hard drive
    ge force 4 ti 4600
    sound card sound blaster 5.1
    thats about it really

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    Can you be a little more precise? What kind of file(s) do you now have on your DVD? .avi?
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    not sure what the file is just went from vcr to dvd recorder a stand alone dvd recorder not pc dvd drive hope this is a little clearer
    pc specs
    p4 2.8
    1gb ddr ram
    120 gb hard drive
    ge force 4 ti 4600
    sound card sound blaster 5.1
    thats about it really

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    Oh, right. Others on here are better informed about how you rip a DVD to your hard drive to edit - I'll leave you in their safe hands.
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    Theres a few options

    1) Rip (copy) the VOB files on the DVD to your hard drive. You can then edit these using a native MPEG editor such as MPEG Video Wizard --> review here: http://www.digital-director.co.uk/gu...ob-mpeg-48.htm - you could use Ulead to edit the VOBs, but a) they might not import and b) if they do, then the editing will be stuttery.

    This is because MPEG is made up of a Group of Pictures (GOP) structure - meaning that a bunch of frames of video are bunched together. You can't get frame accurate results unless you use an intermediary codec (such as the one MPEF video wizard uses) or

    2) Convert the VOB files to DV AVI using something like FlaskMPEG, then import these into Ulead.

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