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  • #2769
    firstd
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    any chance anyone out there has LVM 19??? I’d REALLY REALLY love it if someone could capture and post the eastern canada play segment!!! been waiting to see it for months!! the MEC here in edmonton doesn’t carry any paddling dvds period it seems, except for airforce 1 (blahhhhhhhh) and its the ONLY whitewater store in town (and just barely a whitewater store at that!) good people though!

    thanks!!!!

    Jer

    #21804
    Rossco
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    I used to live in the E dot and worked at Totem Outdoor Outfitters on 99th St., just south of White Ave. They carried ww paddling gear and I remember a small selection of videos also.

    No longer living in Edmonton, I am not sure what they have available now but I would think it is worth checking out if you haven’t already.

    Ross

    P.S. Don’t confuse this with the Totem Building Supplies

    #21805
    harris
    Participant

    I got a sub to LVM and have that one. Whats the best tool for grabbing clips off of a DVD?

    #21806
    Skippy
    Participant

    Yeah, I used to live in E-town and Totem really was the place to go for whitewater. MEC is pretty crappy for the whitewater stuff.

    #21807
    firstd
    Participant

    totem is out of whitewater apparently now, i’ve heard they carry a bit of gear and no boats now, its too bad <img loading=” title=”Sad” /> picked up a copy of "two twitches" though, from the coop, twitch 2000 adn still twitchin, sweet oldschool goods.

    for capturing i guess imovie on macs must be able to, and maybe windows movie maker on pc, anyone else have any suggestions? google "video capture program" or somethin adn i bet there’ll be a free program or two,
    thanks for the effort too!!
    sa-weet
    Jer

    #21808
    Jenny Right-Side
    Participant

    I tried the "grabbing clips off a DVD" thing, and due to coding, it’s virtually impossible unless you have specific software to do it.
    I found a few online, but you have to pay to use them, and couldn’t find them free anywhere.
    What I ended up doing was I plugged my camcorder into the DVD player (output) and played the DVD while recording the footage on a tape. Then I imported it to my computer through Windows Movie Maker and made a transferrable video file (.mov, .mpeg) that way.
    It was a bit more hassle, but the easiest and cheapest way.
    Hope this helps
    Jen

    #21809
    firstd
    Participant
    "Jenny Right-Side":1q5rtsa5 wrote:
    I tried the "grabbing clips off a DVD" thing, and due to coding, it’s virtually impossible unless you have specific software to do it.
    I found a few online, but you have to pay to use them, and couldn’t find them free anywhere.
    What I ended up doing was I plugged my camcorder into the DVD player (output) and played the DVD while recording the footage on a tape. Then I imported it to my computer through Windows Movie Maker and made a transferrable video file (.mov, .mpeg) that way.
    It was a bit more hassle, but the easiest and cheapest way.
    Hope this helps
    Jen[/quote:1q5rtsa5]

    niiiice, good think’n <img loading=” title=”Smile” />

    #21810
    patrick
    Participant

    it is REALLY REALLY easy to get stuff off of dvd’s on a computer. on macintosh’s you can use mactheripper, or ffmpeg or mencoder. on linux mplayer/mencoder, and i’m sure there are about 300 options on windows…

    i bet if you put ffmpeg or mencoder into versiontracker.com you’d come up with something… but also dvdbackup works as does "ripit4me"… shouldn’t have to pay for either of those options, now on windows i wouldn’t know how to cut the dvd to only a certain part of the movie. i wouldn’t know where to start as i rarely use windows…

    it’s pretty easy on mac and linux though with the mencoder or quicktime or soemthing.

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