Start
Click the DVD disc icon in Capture.
Click in a blank area to deselect all the selected files.
Ctrl+click to select the files you want to extract.
Click Next.
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PART 4
Extracting or Ripping from a Movie DVD
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INTRODUCTION
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Copyright Restrictions
Most commercial movie DVDs
are copyright protected and
won’t allow you to extract video
from them.
The Capture utility can also
enable you to extract video from
a DVD movie disc. You will need
a DVD recorder for this task. A
DVD-ROM (player) will not sup-
port extraction. Make sure the
DVD is in your DVD recorder and
you have the Capture window
open.
Extraction Takes Time
There will be a time lag while
the files are read from the DVD.
You will see the thumbnails for
the files appear in the panel
one after the other as they are
extracted from the DVD.
Click
Click
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click
Click
Note that the new files have been added.
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DVD File Types
Capturing from a DVD will add
the files in MPG file format by
default.
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Note the folder and collection to which the files will be added.
Click Copy and watch the extraction process.
In VideoWave, open your Recently Captured Media Collection.
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Editing a DVD
There are programs that let you
physically revise the files on a
DVD disc. But by extracting
them and then re-editing and
re-organizing them in
VideoWave, and modifying the
menu, you can burn them to
another disc or project.
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