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How do I edit a DVD movie...

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by BseeingU, May 12, 2010.

  1. BseeingU

    BseeingU Member

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    I have a DVD of "traffic" that I would like to edit somewhat before showing my 12 year old daughter.

    It's in the VOB format and I'd like to edit certain scenes, before copying it to a DVD-R.

    Any freeware out there that would allow this? This is the only movie I'm planning on editing, so I don't want to get into alot of expense.

    Thanks.
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    Load the movie into DVD Shrink.
    Click 'Re-author'
    Drag Title 1 from the right pane to the left pane.
    Right click on Title 1 (left pane) and 'Set start and end frames'.
    Select the first bit you want to keep and click OK.

    Repeat dragging Title 1 from right to left and select the second part to keep.
    Repeat as required.
    Click 'Backup' to save the movie.

    What you end up with is a disk with multiple Titles that play consecutively - note that there is a slight pause as the player moves the laser.
    If this is not acceptable, you can use another program to join the separate titles into one.

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  3. rabizaman

    rabizaman Guest

    idiotic spam post edited.
     
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  4. hooter007

    hooter007 Regular member

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    oouch, he he lol
     
  5. cyprusrom

    cyprusrom Active member

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    Ah, just an idiot spammer, post reported.
     
  6. binkie7

    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Wow great one and only post rabizaman......
    Edited btw
     
  7. Mik3h

    Mik3h Regular member

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    The Movie is R-Rated.

    Just incase you didn't know :)
     
  8. binkie7

    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    oh my an R rated movie :)
     
  9. hooter007

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    the lion king was r-rated, lol

    LINK
     
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  10. Mik3h

    Mik3h Regular member

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    Yes but his daughter is only 12 :-(
     
  11. xboxdvl2

    xboxdvl2 Regular member

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    video editing software is the way to go.about his dasughter being 12 and the movie being R rated.it just depends on the movie.I use to watch manga when i was 12 and alot of that was R rated and never had a problem.The movie childs play on the other hand was rated MA 15+ and gave my 15year old sister nightmares as well as my little cousin and my mum.
     

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