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Old Jan 26, 2007, 08:39 AM   #1
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pulling video off home video DVD

Hi All,
I have home videos that I've burned on DVD. I would like to make a dvd of "The Best Of". However when I load the DVD my Imac jumps right into IDVD and starts playing the dvd. How do stop this from happening and how do I get these movies into IMOVIE to make my new movie?

If these at basic questions I'm sorry but I'm a NOOB to the mac world.

Imac 24", Iphone, Ipod 30g black, 4g nano green Nikon D300, (IR)d50, (2) d80, (3) SB800, a ton of lenses, Photoshop CS3, Lightroom.
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Old Jan 26, 2007, 10:08 AM   #2
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I would recommend a program like handbrake to extract the DVD to your hard drive and then import or drag and drop into iMovie.
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