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    We need someone with info about how to turn a DVD into material that can be posted.

    I have a DVD of katas and I don't know how to make it accessible. Any computer whizes out there who know?

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    You should be able to play your DVD on your computer, just open the movie in a small screen. Then open Windows media player or if you have a better program for viewing movies on the PC use that. Use the rip file option in the media player and save the file you want in a folder and then post it. I donít know how big of a file we can post here? I am looking to find some one that is familiar with Acid Music studio 6.0. I just got it and I am learning to use it to make remix mp3 songs, but I am having a little trouble getting started.
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    Sounds like we need a technology how to forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2004hemi
    You should be able to play your DVD on your computer, just open the movie in a small screen. Then open Windows media player or if you have a better program for viewing movies on the PC use that. Use the rip file option in the media player and save the file you want in a folder and then post it. I donít know how big of a file we can post here?
    I think I'm missing something. My Windows media player appears only to play CDs. This is a dvd. I use InterVideo DVD to play it, but I don't know how to do anything from there.

    Suggestions?

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    Hmm I was a little unsure how to do it so I asked my IT guy here at work. This is how he put it to me. He said use the video program to play the DVD movie. Then open WMP (media player) to rip the video file that you want. I just popped in a DVD here at work and media player does not seem to give me the option to rip the video portion just the audio. I will work on this tomorrow at home and see if I need a plug in to make it work. That and the computers here at work are so old I think dvd x copy will work if media player will not. Iím sorry I posted the solution before I tried it myself. I trust our IT guy and figured he knew what he was talking about. It looks like in this instance we I was mistaken. But I will work on finding a way to do it, I just never had a reason rip a movie clip I am always making MP3 CDís with 100 to 160 songs on each.
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    I used one of the compression programs and all it seemed to do was compress the audio part. I went to play it back and there was no video. It's a .avi file. Any suggestions?

    I"m trying it again.

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    If you are having problems with sharing your clips please post it here, and someone should be able to help you out.
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    Theres a M$ plugin for media player on XP that allows it to play dvd's I think. I'm on 2000 so can't test that out. I'll see what info I can put up tonight.
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    I finally finally finally got a decent recording of forms 5 & 6, along with some other cool stuff that I wanted to share, I finalized the DVD from the camcorder and put it in my computer to play.

    I wanted to rip, compress and post. The DVD plays fine in a stand alone, but won't play on the computer and the program says there is an error when I try to rip it. I also can't copy it to my computer directly because it says it can't read it. I have a ton of great stuff on that DVD. Any suggestions?

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