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Does anybody know of any free software that would allow me to import video clips from a DVD and edit them? I need to this for an assignment.
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(Original post by amazingtrade)
Does anybody know of any free software that would allow me to import video clips from a DVD and edit them? I need to this for an assignment.
well i would go to a p2p program and get a full version, rather than a free software, because alot of them are pretty bad
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It dosn't matter, I am not being marked on it, but as apart of the assignment brief we have to show we can handle movie clips in Macromedia Director.

We have labs at university but they are always pretty full especialy at this time of year.
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Does anybody know of any free software that would allow me to import video clips from a DVD and edit them? I need to this for an assignment.
http://www.softforall.com/Multimedia...or07070031.htm

??? have you tried www.download.com there must be quite alot of ones with trials
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Thanks, thats the kind of thing I need. Also can you read the MPEG files directory from the DVD drive? I don't actually own PC DVD-ROM drive so I will have to buy one (they are only £20).
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Try searching for something on Download.com. They should have some trials and freeware. You may have to make do with very limited versions though, they dont like people rippin DVDs.
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This is only for assingment as it requires video content and I don't have time to make my own material. I do agree its wrong though however ripping a DVD for educational purposes is only like recording somthing of the TV on VHS.
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Try searching for something on Download.com. They should have some trials and freeware. You may have to make do with very limited versions though, they dont like people rippin DVDs.
i got a copy of video studio 7.0 from limewire, its pretty simple to use
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