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  1. KPHawaii

    Convert .dvd Files

    I'm trying to convert a super old file the has a file extension of .dvd. I'd like to convert it to use on quicktime, tv, apple mac, etc. Is there an easy way to do it? I don't mind paying for a program to do it. It's a DVD that I really need to get the pictures and the music from. I've tried a bunch of different conversion software programs but none of them recogize the .dvd extension. All help is appreciated. I'm using an iMac and have switched to all Apple hardware. HELP! Thank you very much, Katherine
  2. I am considering replacing iDVD with Toast 12. I create my hour-long concert movies in Final Cut Pro X, where I insert a Chapter Marker at the beginning of each song performed in the concert. I export a QuickTime movie (.mov file) from FCPX. When I play the movie in the QuickTime Player, these Chapter Markers are available so I can jump directly to any song in the movie. When I then drag the movie into iDVD, it creates both a Main menu and one or more Chapter (Scene) sub-menus (depending on the template used and the number of Chapter Markers in the movie). Can I do the same thing in Toast 12? That is, when I import into T12 a QuickTime movie that contains Chapter Markers, will T12 automatically generate the Chapter (Scene) sub-menu(s) containing those Chapter Markers? If so, will it use the marker text that I entered in FCPX, or must I re-type in T12 the text for each marker? Or, do I need to inspect the entire timeline in FCPX, make note of the Timecode of each Chapter Marker, and then create these markers manually, one by one, in Toast 12? Thanks, VideoBill
  3. I'm trying to create a production by importing .mov files. I was required to buy QuickTime Pro 7.7.5 and it still does not work. Keep getting the same error message. Help please