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  • How can I capture footage from my DVD player onto my camera?

    I know theres a way to do it but I'm not savvy in this area.Of course, when I hook my camera to the DVD player it says something about copyright so I know I can't do it that way....I've heard stuff about using capture cards but I'm not sure how that even works. I have PC.
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    Re: How can I capture footage from my DVD player onto my camera?

    I'm not sure what you are trying to do. You want to play dvd's through your camera? Why?





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      Re: How can I capture footage from my DVD player onto my camera?

      maybe the goal is to bring the video onto the camera so it can be edited or used in a different video??

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        Re: How can I capture footage from my DVD player onto my camera?

        Lemme rephrase. I'm trying to put footage from my DVD on my camera so I can edit it...Record the DVD to my camera. I had a friend who was able to and edit movie footage.
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        • #5
          Re: How can I capture footage from my DVD player onto my camera?

          That seems like the hard way of editing video. Just use video capture and/or editing software. Movie Maker that comes in Windows does just fine for simply editing video.





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            Re: How can I capture footage from my DVD player onto my camera?

            Well I needed the footage from the DVD first...I finally found a DVD ripper but now I need to figure out how to convert IFO to MPEG
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            • #7
              Re: How can I capture footage from my DVD player onto my camera?

              You need something like Canopus Procoder 2.

              Don't you need the VOB file?

              . BUP = Backup files of the IFO files.
              . IFO = The IFO files includes information such as chapters, subtitle tracks and audio tracks.
              . VOB = The VOB files contains the actual video,audio,subtitles and menus.





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