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I have a large collection of DVD-Rs (academic lectures) that were given to me to encode for web streaming. The discs are not encrypted in any way (I think they were sourced from iMovie; the professor's on a Macintosh). What's the simplest, easiest, and preferably cheapest way to get these encoded to Quicktime for streaming? I have the academic version of Squeeze, and a DVD-ROM drive on my iBook (G3/600, OS X.3). There's a large amount of video to process (18 DVDs worth so far; I think we're doing 70 hours total when all is said and done), so I'd like to find a solution I can queue up in a batch, click "Go," and walk away from for a few days. (Have a couple of 120GB FireWire drives on loan for this project.) Alternately, would love something that can read the VOBs directly from the DVD-Rs (FFmpegX won't do this, nor will it - AFAICT - encode to QT) that can write out the Quicktime to disk. This is all talking head stuff, so the quality doesn't have to be great, though sync should be spot-on. Help? Many thanks in advance, Chris _______________________________________________ quicktime-talk mailing list | email@hidden Help/Unsubscribe/Archives: http://www.lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/quicktime-talk Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
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