I just purchased this wonderful device called
WINTV--it is a decoder so I can capture clips from
cable TV, antenna TV, vcr, dvd, etc. It is marvelous
for teaching and conference presentations. I am giving
a paper next week at PCA and I was able to integrate a
DVD clip into my PowerPoint. I am very excited about
this and see a lot of educational possibilities!!!!
--- Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> The best source I've found for this sort of
> information is:
> They have numerous guides that explain how to use
> (usually free or
> low-cost) software to extract material from DVDs to
> your computer and
> then how to burn them onto a blank DVD. And they
> have links to sites
> where you can download the software. 'Course, the
> first hardware thing
> you'll need is a DVD recorder for your computer.
> The information can get technical, but the guides
> are pretty
> exhaustive. They're a great resource for making
> Fair Use of DVD video.
> > Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2005 15:18:35 -0600
> > From: Lou Thompson <[log in to unmask]>
> > Subject: a basic question
> > Hello all,
> > When I test my undergraduates, I like to show them
> brief clips of
> > films and ask them to comment on specific things
> (editing, lighting,
> > etc). Cueing was easy enough to do with
> videotapes, but now that I'm
> > using DVDs almost exclusively it's becoming a
> > I was wondering if any of you have any suggestions
> as to hardware or
> > software that will enable me to copy these short
> clips (usually less
> > than a minute) for testiing purposes.
> > Thanks.
> > ______________________________________________
> > Dr. Lou Ann Thompson
> > Professor of English
> > Department of English, Speech, and Foreign
> > Texas Woman's University
> > Denton, TX 76204
> > _________________________________________________
> Jeremy Butler
> Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication &
> Film Dept., the
> University of Alabama: http://www.tcf.ua.edu
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