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  • Capture Movie Scenes?

    My mother just paid to have all our old home movies on 8mm put on DVD. We have a lot of great footage from WDW, including almost the entire ride through of 20,000 Leagues.

    Is there a relatively cheap or free program out there that allows me to capture just "parts" of a video and save it without destroying the original video?

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    Re: Capture Movie Scenes?

    I use a program called InterVideo WinDVD Creator. It's a pretty easy program to edit your own videos and save them into different formats. Good luck on that project - depending on how detailed you want to make it, it can be very quick or very time consuming.

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      Re: Capture Movie Scenes?

      I personally used a program called Max DVD, you can download a free trial version, (you have to wait 10 seconds at intervals and click a continue button) of purchase a hassle-free version. I use the free, minor hassle and I don't use that much.


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