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I have a class set of DVD's that's a collection of all the films that my Studio Production class made in 2004-2005. I just dug them up and wanted to get my Combat Film off the DVD so I can upload it on YouTube and put it onto my myspace. However since each disc is a compilation of different films, when I tried ripping it using HandBrake it only ripped one particular video (I'm assuming the first one on the disc). The disc is composed of a main menu that's broken up into four or five sub menus depending on the genre of the film. Does anybody know how I could get one video out of maybe 10-20 off of the disc? I opened the disc itself in the finder and couldn't find a file or anything that I could've copied, so at this point I'm drawing blanks. Any ideas anybody?
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