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Uploading Dvds Back To Computer For Editing


Carabrloo

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Hi all;

 

Any advice/help that anyone can offer would be appreciated.

 

I've now created a series of several DVD's of old kids VHS footage. It plays fine in the DVD player, but since this is all "raw" footage, I'd like to up-load some of the dvd's and work with bits and pieces of them in a movie editor.

 

I don't seem to be able to up-load the dvd's. When I insert them into the computers driver, it goes automatically to "InterActual" for playback.

 

I'm running on a vista, and have PMB installed which is what I currently use to import/store the more recent video from the new camera.

 

Any suggestions?? How do I import the content of the DVD back to my computer?

 

I've browsed through the entries here on the forum and I couldn't find anything dealing with this .... if it's already been covered, pointing me to the thread would be appreciated.

 

Thanks! Cara.

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Hi all;

 

Any advice/help that anyone can offer would be appreciated.

 

I've now created a series of several DVD's of old kids VHS footage. It plays fine in the DVD player, but since this is all "raw" footage, I'd like to up-load some of the dvd's and work with bits and pieces of them in a movie editor.

 

I don't seem to be able to up-load the dvd's. When I insert them into the computers driver, it goes automatically to "InterActual" for playback.

 

I'm running on a vista, and have PMB installed which is what I currently use to import/store the more recent video from the new camera.

 

Any suggestions?? How do I import the content of the DVD back to my computer?

 

I've browsed through the entries here on the forum and I couldn't find anything dealing with this .... if it's already been covered, pointing me to the thread would be appreciated.

 

Thanks! Cara.

 

 

The first thing I would do is uninstall InterActual Player! :o

 

InterActual Player software automatically displays an installation dialog when a user inserts a DVD containing it into the DVD-ROM Drive.[1][2][3] If the user chooses to install InterActual Player it becomes the default DVD player and creates a shortcut on the desktop and a link to the InterActual website. It also asks the user to voluntarily supply information and allow usage data to be sent over the Internet. InterActual Player can also be found on the internet.

 

Make a new folder on your desktop, right click new folder, Navigate to my computer and right click on the DVD Drive 'open or explore'. Highlight the contents and right click copy, then right click paste into the folder you made on your desktop. The DVD will be copied to the folder on your desktop.

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Thanks! Guess I should have been able to figure that out on my own, but thank-you for being kind and explaining 2 me. Worked fine. Alls well in mudville.

 

Speaking of "InterActual Player" with 3 teenagers in the house and an ex who was a bit of a perv, I'm never surprised by what has been installed on my machine. Goes with the territory. I'll take your advice and remove it.

 

BTW, your profile pic looks a little scary! Doesn't match with your kind demeanor.

 

Have a great evening.

 

Cara.

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BTW, your profile pic looks a little scary! Doesn't match with your kind demeanor.

 

We've been trying to get a proper picture of cdanteek for years, Cara. He keeps hiding behind things :lol:

 

[but he is very kind and helpful]

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