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Ron Caruso February 14th, 2007 11:59 AM

Capture Video From DVD in Premiere?
Is there a way of capturing video directly from a DVD in Premiere 6.02? It's footage that was originally shot on 8-mm DV video tape and was then transferred to DVD. If I had an 8-mm camera, I could put it in my camera and just capture it via Firewire, but don't. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.

Ed Smith February 19th, 2007 07:30 AM

Hi ron,

2 ways:

If your camcorder supports analogue pass through, then simply hook up your settop DVD player to the analogue inputs on the camcorder, make sure the menu is to AV>DV and then capture in realtime via premiere (you will have to manually stop and start the recordings/ DVD player).

Search for a DVD ripping program that will convert the DVD into a DV AVI file. try www.videohelp.com/tools for various apps that might do the job.

Search around these forums i'm sure that something will pop up.



Ervin Farkas February 19th, 2007 09:54 PM

After downloading the .vob files to your hard drive, simply change the extension from .vob to .mpeg and Premiere will ingest them - it will take a while though... it has to decompress them.

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