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Copy/Import video from folder set to edit in Videowave


Michael_C

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You should be able to import from a disc. Some users have reported a problem doing that. At least, you can directly edit the VOB. It will go much faster if you copy the VOB to the hard drive first.

That's what I ended up doing - copied the folder set to the HD and dragged from there. Thanks for the reassurance - otherwise I probably would have "written it off" and pulled out my crayons :)

There are a few things I've hit like the Media Import that work sometimes, and not at other times. Not sure what the differences are that bring success.

 

Thanks again,

Michael

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Is the folder on the hard drive or a DVD? You can use Media Import to 'capture' parts a video DVD. If the folder is on the hard drive, you can just load the VOB into Videowave directly and cut out the portion you need.

When I tried to import from DVD using Media Import, the drive was in the dropdown list, but when I selected the drive it reverted back to "select ..", instead of displaying the video in the right side.

When I tried to drag and drop a VOB from a copy on the hard drive to videowave, it wouldn't drop.

 

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Is the folder on the hard drive or a DVD? You can use Media Import to 'capture' parts a video DVD. If the folder is on the hard drive, you can just load the VOB into Videowave directly and cut out the portion you need.

I spoke too soon about bringing the content of VOB into video wave. I was able to drop it into videowave. It was roxio's image file that I was unable to drop. I still wasn't able to import directly dvd using media import.

 

I had thought I was able to use media import to do this in the past??? Oh well, could be operator error.

 

Michael

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