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capturing video clips from dvd

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#1 lauriefree


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Posted 12 February 2010 - 11:23 AM

I have a home-made dvd from a school play. I want to capture just the parts with my child performing so I can share it with relatives. Do I need to copy the whole DVD onto my pc first? CAN I copy a dvd onto my hard drive? (it seems my windows media player only allows copying of audio cds). If I have the video on my hard drive, does it have to be converted to something? and at that point, can I just use Windows Movie maker to capture the clips?

If you can provide what utilities I will need to get the job done, I'd be very grateful.

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