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Rip a movie to Final Cut Pro?


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My friend has given me .vob files he has created. I have a legal copy of final cut pro. I need a ideally free program that will convert them to something final cut pro will edit.

Ideally it will only rip the video and I will save hard drive space.
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thanks for the help we went over a few things in class it was easier when we had more video. i'm working with ten seconds here.

any tutorials would be solid ours was express i forgot to snag a dvd. it seems different actually. basic ideas like what is the top called and what is the bottom so i know what i'm trying to do. this **** is hard.
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You could use Handbrake to do this. I would provide the link to it but the site appears to be down at the moment. I did this some time ago using MPEG Streamclip . Here a link to the article describing the process I used.

I am not sure if MPEG Streamclip still needs the MPEG 2 Playback Component mentioned in the article. If you use Handbrake to convert the .vob files to something Final Cut can edit you won't need MPEG Streamclip but it's a good program to have around.

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