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3 replies, 2 voices Last updated by TeamKomando:John 1 month, 1 week ago
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    • #53249

      Deborah Lingua
      Participant
      @Deb4TechNews

      Hope this is the right place to ask this. I have several home movies on many DVD’s that my husband and I filmed WAY more stuff than we should have when we bought our first movie camera. My kids/grandkids would never sit through 2 hours of a DVD to get 15 min of worthy movie time. I would love to go through and edit the boring, poor quality, scenery, etc out and make them a true family memory. Any suggestions, apps, programs, etc that would help this retired mom out would be truly appreciated.

      Thank you!!

      Debbie 🙂

    • #53255

      TeamKomando:John
      Participant
      @264458

      Hello Deborah,

      Such a great question to bring to the Community, I have a few pieces of free software that will do exactly what you are looking for.

      First, you will need some DVD ripping software, you can tap or click here for info on usage and getting the software installed on your computer.

      Then for actual video editing, you can use Davinci Resolve which is also available for free. Tap or click here to find the registration page that will lead you to the download page.

      You can tap or click here to get started with some tutorials using davinci Resolve on YouTube.

    • #53273

      Deborah Lingua
      Participant
      @Deb4TechNews

      Thank you for replying so quickly! I was hoping to reply back with total success, but only partial so far. I was able to d/l the Resolve program and started the tutorial, but for whatever reason I can’t import any videos. I tried importing from the file off the DVD and also from my desktop where I had some already saved. I just get a red circle with a line through when I try to drag it into the program. I will also try to contact at the Resolve site too, just thought I’d leave the update here too. 🙂

      Thank you again!

    • #53281

      TeamKomando:John
      Participant
      @264458

      Hello Deborah,

      You will need another program to convert the DVD media into .mp4 so you can then edit the video in Resolve.

      You will need some DVD ripping software, you can tap or click here for info on usage and getting the software installed on your computer.

      Tap or click here to download the software.

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