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    Rip a movie to Final Cut Pro?

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    Rip a movie to Final Cut Pro?
    Hey I need to rip a DVD movie to Final Cut Pro. I'm a new OSX user used to DVD Decryptor.

    What I need to do is rip the movie and only use the video (add audio).

    I tried MPEG streamclip but I feel like I need some freeware program that will completely work. Any tips will be appreciated.

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    Rip a movie to Final Cut Pro?
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    First, please read through our Sticky Post regarding ripping Movies: LINK

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    Rip a movie to Final Cut Pro?

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    Hey to clarify I'm doing this for educational purposes. I bought a cheap movie I plan to use to learn final cut commands and hopefully some fades and other effects (through tutorials and youtube videos).

    I'm taking a theatre video editing class and I really want to do some post production editing but I know a little less than some of the other editors. So if they're gonna let me do some editing I need to do a little more work.

    I used rip it to rip the dvd to an extension that appears to be .dvdmedia. I'm assuming this is a video that captures the media and merges all of the .vob files togethor. Also I'm a Windows user so I'm unfamiliar with this file and I need software ideally free that will convert it into a file for use with final cut pro.

    What I need from y'all is to be able to convert these into final cut pro.

    To clarify I can assure you my uses are entirely legal.

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    Rip a movie to Final Cut Pro?

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    If you need assurance I can post my class syllabus. I'm a music major in an upper level theatre class and I need some help.

    edit: my scanner isn't working but the class is thea 3800 at armstrong atlantic state university. my browser is rendering wrong so i can't give you a link assuming i need to clear my cookies like ios. in the meantime i have a political science class at 12:30. i was performance but i'm liberal arts now.

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    Rip a movie to Final Cut Pro?
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    It doesn't matter why you're doing it, it is illegal in the US. As stated above - read through our guidelines. Thread closed.

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