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Old 2008-07-07, 01:23 PM
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Mac users? DVD Editing Tutorials?

Hi everyone

I'm on a Mac G4 PPC (non-Intel). I've got a few vids that I've transfered from VHS to DVD using a standalone deck. The discs have one continuous "chapter" and generic simple "menu".

I'm looking for the easiest way to edit these into properly "chaptered" discs. I'm not too concerned with making menus, but would love to get the editing stuff done so the discs are more enjoyable to watch with chapter-skipping options.

I have software that will extract the entire disc, but as far as other software, I'm limited to QuickTime, iMovie and Toast Titanium.

Are there any Mac users out there that can offer advice and/or tutorial links?

Thank you in advance!
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Re: Mac users? DVD Editing Tutorials?

check the 2pop forums

also, Ken Stone has tons of tutorials, some of which might be helpful...they're designed around Final Cut, but even if you use a different program the concepts will be the same
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