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For a guide to extracting DVD clips using Handbrake, which is the simplest way for web or slideshow presentation, see [http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/how-to-rip-dvd-clips/26090 this post] from Jason Mittell. For higher resolution, see the tutorial below.
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==== The following instructions explain how to extract media clips from a DVD for editing within Final Cut Pro. ====
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====The following instructions explain how to extract media clips from a DVD for editing within Final Cut Pro.====
 
 
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* Insert the source DVD and use the Apple DVD player to create a written log of the in and out points for all of the clips that you want to extract from that DVD.
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*Insert the source DVD and use the Apple DVD player to create a written log of the in and out points for all of the clips that you want to extract from that DVD.
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* Quit the DVD player.
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*Quit the DVD player.
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* Launch the Fairmount application.
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*Launch the Fairmount application.
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* Launch the MPEG Streamclip application.
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*Launch the MPEG Streamclip application.
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* Select File->Open DVD from the top menu.
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*Select File-&gt;Open DVD from the top menu.
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* Browse to the decrypted disk image and choose "Select" to open it.
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*Browse to the decrypted disk image and choose "Select" to open it.
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* Choose "1" when prompted to choose which movie to open. Click OK.
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*Choose "1" when prompted to choose which movie to open. Click OK.
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* Select Edit->Go to Time from the top menu.
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*Select Edit-&gt;Go to Time from the top menu.
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* Input the first in point from the written log that you created.
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*Input the first in point from the written log that you created.
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* Select Edit->Select In to make the current playhead location the in point.
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*Select Edit-&gt;Select In to make the current playhead location the in point.
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* Select Edit->Go to Time from the top menu.
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*Select Edit-&gt;Go to Time from the top menu.
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* Input the first out point from the written log that you created.
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*Input the first out point from the written log that you created.
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* Select Edit->Select Out to make the current playhead location the out point.
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*Select Edit-&gt;Select Out to make the current playhead location the out point.
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* Select File->Export to Quicktime.
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*Select File-&gt;Export to Quicktime.
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* Choose DV-NTSC from the codec dropdown list.
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*Choose DV-NTSC from the codec dropdown list.
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* Name the clip, select a save location and click Save.
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*Name the clip, select a save location and click Save.
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* Repeat the process above until all of the clips in your written log have been captured.
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*Repeat the process above until all of the clips in your written log have been captured.
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* Launch Final Cut Pro.
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*Launch Final Cut Pro.
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* Set up your project using the [[FCP Setup]] tutorial.
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*Set up your project using the [[FCP Setup]] tutorial.
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* Select File->Import Files from the top menu.
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*Select File-&gt;Import Files from the top menu.
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* Browse to the location where you saved the clips that you extracted with MPEG Streamclip and click Choose.
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*Browse to the location where you saved the clips that you extracted with MPEG Streamclip and click Choose.
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* Edit the clips using Final Cut Pro [[FCP Editing Basics]].
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*Edit the clips using Final Cut Pro [[FCP Editing Basics]].
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* Export the edited version using [[FCP Video Export]] or share the edited version using [[FCP Video Share]].
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*Export the edited version using [[FCP Video Export]] or share the edited version using [[FCP Video Share]].
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== Other Resources ==
 
[http://www.copyright.gov/1201/ DMCA Exemptions]
 
  
[http://www.metakine.com/products/fairmount/ Official Farimount Website]
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== Other Resources  ==
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[http://www.copyright.gov/1201/ DMCA Exemptions]
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[http://www.metakine.com/products/fairmount/ Official Farimount Website]  
  
[http://www.squared5.com/ Official MPEG Streamclip Website]
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[http://www.squared5.com/ Official MPEG Streamclip Website]  
  
[http://store.apple.com/us/product/D2187Z/A MPEG-2 Playback Component]
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[http://store.apple.com/us/product/D2187Z/A MPEG-2 Playback Component]  
  
== Navigation ==
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== Navigation ==
  
[[FMMC Knowledgebase]]
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[[FMMC Knowledgebase]]  
  
 
[[FMMC Technology Support]]
 
[[FMMC Technology Support]]

Revision as of 09:45, 18 November 2010

For a guide to extracting DVD clips using Handbrake, which is the simplest way for web or slideshow presentation, see this post from Jason Mittell. For higher resolution, see the tutorial below.


<middmedia file="DVDExtraction.mp4" dir="Film_and_Media_Program" width="640px" height="480px" />


The following instructions explain how to extract media clips from a DVD for editing within Final Cut Pro.

  • Insert the source DVD and use the Apple DVD player to create a written log of the in and out points for all of the clips that you want to extract from that DVD.
  • Quit the DVD player.
  • Launch the Fairmount application.
  • Launch the MPEG Streamclip application.
  • Select File->Open DVD from the top menu.
  • Browse to the decrypted disk image and choose "Select" to open it.
  • Choose "1" when prompted to choose which movie to open. Click OK.
  • Select Edit->Go to Time from the top menu.
  • Input the first in point from the written log that you created.
  • Select Edit->Select In to make the current playhead location the in point.
  • Select Edit->Go to Time from the top menu.
  • Input the first out point from the written log that you created.
  • Select Edit->Select Out to make the current playhead location the out point.
  • Select File->Export to Quicktime.
  • Choose DV-NTSC from the codec dropdown list.
  • Name the clip, select a save location and click Save.
  • Repeat the process above until all of the clips in your written log have been captured.
  • Launch Final Cut Pro.
  • Set up your project using the FCP Setup tutorial.
  • Select File->Import Files from the top menu.
  • Browse to the location where you saved the clips that you extracted with MPEG Streamclip and click Choose.

Other Resources

DMCA Exemptions

Official Farimount Website

Official MPEG Streamclip Website

MPEG-2 Playback Component

Navigation

FMMC Knowledgebase

FMMC Technology Support