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Old 2 Jan 2002, 07:12 AM   #1
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Question DVD to .mov for Website???

I have a SmartRipper that I can copy DVD movies, but I realized it doesn't have a .avi or .mov files I can save them? I am new at this, bear with me.

Is there a free software I can download that does all the work for me to create a .mov for my Website? I don't intend to copy the entire movie, but the best part of the background motions, etc.

Your information is greatly appreciative!
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Old 6 Jan 2002, 08:36 AM   #2
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dont know a freeware prog or combo of progs

but i have purchased Magix Video de Luxe which can do this, edit all kinds of videos and audios, and export them too
(i really really love this prog )
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Old 6 Jan 2002, 08:45 AM   #3
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but try downloading SmartVid (avi to mov and vice versa)
should be freeware

have a look here (note, it is a dos program so watch the dos commands on this page too):
http://www.chizzil.com/softdetail.cfm?ID=817
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Old 16 Jan 2002, 02:37 AM   #4
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Cool-2 Hi! In need of clue....

Hello - I have no idea what I am doing - well kinda. Been trying to use Flask Mpeg to convert a .vob file on a system running XP - it does wonky things like screw up the audio track so it doesn't sync with anything. Afterwards - I tried to get the file into Premiere 6.0 - and it said that it wasn't a supported format - what am I doing wrong now!!!! Whaaaa
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Old 12 Feb 2002, 02:01 PM   #5
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Solution - Don't stream a mov, stream an avi.
Here's how:
Find a guide on converting a DVD to DivX that works for you.
AFter you got your DivX/AVI, Follow Nicky Pages guide on how to stream an AVI file. If you dont want to stream, just make available for download, then convert to divx -> post the avi -> then link for download.

Either way, make sure your viewers have the latest DivX codecs installed and wutever other codecs you may be using (ie ogg, mp3).

Hope that works...
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Old 12 Feb 2002, 03:33 PM   #6
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Nicky's Pages?? Where are those! You can stream and .avi? If I do that will Windows people and Mac people will be able to watch it? I can do this through premiere? I figured out what the problem was with that silly mpeg - I was using the wrong settings. Premiere couldn't deode it correctly - make it into streaming media - because I goofed up the layers - and I need to download some more codecs (to make premiere and Ez Cleaner happier - saner programs). Thank you!
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Default http://nickypages.digital-digest.com/

http://nickypages.digital-digest.com/

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Old 20 Feb 2002, 08:11 AM   #8
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I was searching for that same thing and found that the address really is:

http://nickyguides.digital-digest.com/index.htm

I believed it was changed.
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Old 20 Feb 2002, 10:46 PM   #9
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Thanks for the link correction!
http://nickyguides.digital-digest.com/index.htm

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