iMovie and DVD. HELP!!!

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in Mac Software edited January 2014
Anybody know how to bring DVD footage into iMovie? I have 10 days to put together a dressage musical freestyle (that's like an ice skating free program only on horseback) and I've been given the ride plan on DVD (dang this newfangled technology--life was easier when they only had video cameras), but I can't get it imported--and the only way I know how to work to get the music to match the hoofbeats is to use Premiere or iMovie to make a soundtrack, adjust/blend/cut with Sonicfire Pro, and then export the sound as an AIFF. I know the music I need to use, but I can't do much of anything until I get the video...



HELP!!!

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    physguyphysguy Posts: 915member
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    Originally posted by LatteAddict

    Anybody know how to bring DVD footage into iMovie? I have 10 days to put together a dressage musical freestyle (that's like an ice skating free program only on horseback) and I've been given the ride plan on DVD (dang this newfangled technology--life was easier when they only had video cameras), but I can't get it imported--and the only way I know how to work to get the music to match the hoofbeats is to use Premiere or iMovie to make a soundtrack, adjust/blend/cut with Sonicfire Pro, and then export the sound as an AIFF. I know the music I need to use, but I can't do much of anything until I get the video...



    HELP!!!




    Try here.



    http://www.geocities.com/macdvdanddivx/



    I use



    0SEx 0.0110a1 to extract the DVD from the disk

    Extractor to extract the video stream from the VOB

    bd4go to axtract the aiff



    The video stream and aiff file can be read into iMovie



    If your going to another format for a smaller file for computer playback I highly reccommend DiVA and the 3vix codec. http://diva.3ivx.com/ and http://www.3ivx.com Its free and by far the best quality/size tradeoff I've found.
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