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I'm had a short 16mm film I did transferred to dvd. I wanted to rip it to my computer so I could edit a few things in FCP. What are the best settings/format to do this so that I'm getting the highest quality and best settings to import into FCP? There is no audio so I don't have to worry about that. Thanks,
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I have found the best way in Handbrake is to select a target size for the file, and use Divx.

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