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    have pal dvd and need to get that footage into edius. how would i do this. try to transer them but no luck. wont work in procoder xpress either. any program for doing this?

  • #2
    Download DVD Decrypter and use IFO mode to demux (enable each stream).

    You will then have an m2v and a corresponding audio file (.ac3 or .wav, depending on the compression).

    You can then re-encode just the m2v with ProCoder or ProCoder Express and author with the original audio file. Burn the DVD.

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    • #3
      I also would like to demux a DVD I made along time ago in order to edit in Edius some of the content. When I use DVD Decrypter I do not get the audio files. I only get the mpeg video files. Any clue what I might be doing wrong in DVD Decryper?
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      • #4
        What settings did you select on DVD Decrypter?
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        • #5
          Under mode: IFO
          Stream Processing ticked Enable stream processing.
          ticked demux

          picked a output folder

          I only get the mpeg movie clips
          Edius 8 Workgroup, Intel 3770K, Asus P8Z77-V Motherboard, 32GB DDR3 1600 ram, SSD for C, external Raid box with WE RE4 1TB drives Raid 0 for video assets. Overclocked 4.3ghz, Asus GTX 660 ti, water cooled system. Windows 10 Professional 64bit

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          • #6
            Demuxing DVDs with DVD Decrypter

            Here's a short video of this process. I hope it helps others so they won't have to ask this question again in the future and just search the forum for the answer.

            1) Download DVD Decrypter (google it, it's discontinued and freeware)
            2) Watch the video (it's flash, open it with a browser).
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            • #7
              OK, I thought in the stream processing window the tick was all that was needed. I see that you highlighted the video and clicked demux and then repeated that for the audio. I tried that and it worked. Thank you.
              Edius 8 Workgroup, Intel 3770K, Asus P8Z77-V Motherboard, 32GB DDR3 1600 ram, SSD for C, external Raid box with WE RE4 1TB drives Raid 0 for video assets. Overclocked 4.3ghz, Asus GTX 660 ti, water cooled system. Windows 10 Professional 64bit

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              • #8
                Of the resultant mpeg files only the first one will load into Edius. The other three get an error message saying the file failed to open. Not sure what to do now? The audio loads fine.
                Edius 8 Workgroup, Intel 3770K, Asus P8Z77-V Motherboard, 32GB DDR3 1600 ram, SSD for C, external Raid box with WE RE4 1TB drives Raid 0 for video assets. Overclocked 4.3ghz, Asus GTX 660 ti, water cooled system. Windows 10 Professional 64bit

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                • #9
                  How was the DVD recorded? Some standalone dvd recorder files cannot be opened by EDIUS. Try converting to another format with lets say ProCoder.

                  What DVD Decrypter does is basically move out the audio/video files from the vob container. It does not re-encode anything, so the error has to be caused by the resulting video file.

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                  • #10
                    If the task at hand is to simply edit the video from a home made dvd, then just copy the vobs onto your drive and import them directly...AS VOBS!!! crazy I know....but it works.

                    If the DVD has encryption, try DVD shrink (free and tiny), and once it has created vobs for you, just import those.
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