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Greg Burke
Converting a DVD to Quicktime
on Apr 25, 2009 at 1:20:37 am

Hello All I've had so many problems trying to Digitize my DVD library onto my computer, I've tried Mac the Ripper,Hand brake, StreamClip and all of them are awful, they crash all the time and make the files HUGE!! ANy advice or links to a free and easy DVD ripper would be greatly appreciated. PS: I DO OWN THESE DVDS!


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eric pautsch
Re: Converting a DVD to Quicktime
on Apr 25, 2009 at 6:32:57 am

StreamClip is great. You must be doing something wrong or your system is screwed up if it crashes. Whats your workflow?



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Greg Burke
Re: Converting a DVD to Quicktime
on Apr 27, 2009 at 8:50:10 am

I use mac the ripper but I get the movie in 4 parts then I have to use Streamclip to convert them AGAIN!!! is there any other program that does it in one step?


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Andrew Ford
Re: Converting a DVD to Quicktime
on May 21, 2009 at 4:59:38 pm

Why are you having problems with MPEG Streamclip? But in the .vob files from the DVD, fix timecode breaks, and export to your choice of file. What are you exporting as? It takes a long time if you choose something like Uncompressed 8bit, but that really isn't necessary due to the type of footage you're importing.

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