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For a final in one of my classes, I am looking at the edits made within a film and how they have rythm. The class is a college math class, and I'm looking at a scene in an action film entitled "Hard Boiled." I want to know if it's possible to rip the scene into an editing program, such as premiere or final cut express, so I can look at the ins and outs of the edits and the exact time of each cut. Since it's an action sequence and it's very fast, I would like to be able to do this without having to use a stop watch and time almost 150 cuts. Plus it would be inaccurate anyway.


thanks for your help guys!
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is the film you are looking at a DVD?

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yes it's on a dvd
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http://www.dvdxdv.com/

that should be what you are looking for

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or you could try handbrake, which rips dvd's into mpeg-4 or avi. you can find it on versiontracker.com just search for handbrake. best of all it's free
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