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    Extracting Clips
    This is probably a really basic question but how do you extract a clip from a DVD movie to put it in imovie or idvd? I assume it has to be in quicktime format but I don't know how to do that.

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    Oct 27, 2005
    Well I'm not sure, but a program like Display Eater can capture something that's playing on your screen and I think it saves it as a .mov file.

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    You can use Handbrake / MediaFork. Its a program that rips DVDs in a viewable/editable format.
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