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    DVD to Kinoma

    Forgive me if this is a duplicate. Is it possible to convert a DVD movie to a .MOV or .AVI or other compatible file for use with Kinoma?

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    Re: DVD to Kinoma

    Originally posted by sndtubes
    Forgive me if this is a duplicate. Is it possible to convert a DVD movie to a .MOV or .AVI or other compatible file for use with Kinoma?
    Yes. Take a look at Nero 6.

    www.nero.com/en/
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    Yes, I've done it. I used a ripper and then a program to convert to avi before using Kinoma. A 7.5 GB movie turned into a 250 MB pdb file.
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    ^What the name of the ripper and and program that you used?

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    As suggested, I am now using Nero 6. I first have to use the video producer to rip the one episode I want. Then I use the Nero Recode to code the video into .mp4 which then can be used with Kinoma Producer. It's kinda time consuming, but works. If there is a way to eliminate the first step, I'd like to know how. Trying to go to directly to Nero Recode, produces a program error. Unfortunately, I have not been able to use the DVDs made by my Panasonic DMR-E20 DVD recorder. Both of my computers simply do not recognize the disc. Thanks for everyone's input. These boards are just great!

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    Try EazyVCD. You are stuck with the Kinoma step, but this may help with the other two steps.
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    Doh, talk about lazy, Since I knew the resolution was going to be so low anyway, I just plugged the Video out of my DVD into the Video in of my GFX card...simple, slow, but it works LOL.
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    Smile 2shay - harleyxlc

    Hey buddy. Glad to hear EasyVCD is working for you.

    Have you tried different setting like 10fps vs. 12 or 15 ?
    Also, your audio setting as 2.1 or 4.1 bit.

    Oh yea - 160 x 160 of course

    Personally, I think it's the most neat thing ever. Can't wait
    for the release of a 1gig sd.

    Figure then, 3 movies + mp3, PDF for palm and pictures should
    fit all on one card.

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    New Keyboard - perfect fit, slim line - plug & play
    WI-FI + Bluetooth card with at least 128mb memory
    Better Audio on MOVIES with Kinoma with even better compression " Yes, about 100mb per DVD "

    And the greatest dream of all:

    Software that runs on the phone that directly communicates with
    EXCHANGE SERVER ( Microsoft's Outlook ) - allowing us to send and receive emails on Corp network.

    Btw, I have figured on the true Digital Cam - I decided the best deal would is purchasing something like the CANON PowerShot S-10. Give me the ability to swap SD cards right into computer and phone.

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    Is there a ripper that can convert copyrighted dvd?

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    Actually, EasyVCD will copy copyright DVD's - I think

    Btw, update on 1gig Sd. They're coming

    Only thing is, cost I think will be above 500.00

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    EasyVCDdidnt work and i trued 10 other programs still searchin but so far no luck

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    Originally posted by myDrPC
    Actually, EasyVCD will copy copyright DVD's - I think

    Btw, update on 1gig Sd. They're coming

    Only thing is, cost I think will be above 500.00
    I saw some 2 GB CF cards on Pricewatch a short time back...yeah they are REAL up there :/ I'd almost swear I saw 2GB SD's too, but they are no longer listed if they were there at all :/
    Last edited by Copasetic; 02-27-2004 at 08:20 PM.
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