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Uploading And Editing Dvd

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Sorry if this is a duplication but I was wondering what the best and/or most efficient way is to import video from a non copy-written DVD to edit it or pull scenes from it. Do I have upload the entire video onto my hard drive? I am using Creator 2011. I have used copy disc to image and it takes a long time.

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Sorry if this is a duplication but I was wondering what the best and/or most efficient way is to import video from a non copy-written DVD to edit it or pull scenes from it. Do I have upload the entire video onto my hard drive? I am using Creator 2011. I have used copy disc to image and it takes a long time.

 

Copy the Video_TS folder from the DVD to your hard drive. If you are going to do any editing, it is the only way to go.

I don't understand what you are doing here or why: "I have used copy disc to image and it takes a long time."

 

BTW, uploading refers to loading data to a internet website, it has nothing to do with importing/eporting from discs.

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Sorry if this is a duplication but I was wondering what the best and/or most efficient way is to import video from a non copy-written DVD to edit it or pull scenes from it. Do I have upload the entire video onto my hard drive? I am using Creator 2011. I have used copy disc to image and it takes a long time.

 

You don't upload anything. Copy the DVD to your hard drive, then do your VideoWave editing by bringing in the files from the folder that you copied to.

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You don't upload anything. Copy the DVD to your hard drive, then do your VideoWave editing by bringing in the files from the folder that you copied to.

 

Thanks. If I knew what I was doing I wouldn't be asking, thus, the incorrect terms.

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Thanks. If I knew what I was doing I wouldn't be asking, thus, the incorrect terms.

 

:lol::D:lol: we all started there ;)

 

One way is with VideoWave, Add Video. Point it to the VIDEO_TS folder of the DVD and pick any of the files in there:

 

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OK the Import (if there were Chapters you could just pick the ones you wanted):

 

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Then you can edit as you like:

 

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