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Movies and Video For people making movies and editing video with their Mac.

how do i get a dvd into a quicktime?


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Halloween Jack

 
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hi there,

just wondering what the easiest way to export an unprotected DVD (like one that plays in a dvd player) to a quicktime file is?

if it needs additional software do you know what a good one might be?

cheers
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thx. but it doesn't appear to do QTs just mpeg4s.

i have just been recommended MPEG streamclip though, which seems to do the trick.

thanks anyway
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