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- Access Keypad - how to use myDVDEdit for modifying DVDs
- How to encode a movie in h.264 high resolution (640-width) for the iPod
- How to encode a movie in FLV Flash Video format for your website or blog (Mac OSX)
- How to author a DVD with DVD Studio Pro on a Mac
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MacOS: Access Keypad - how to use myDVDEdit for modifying DVDs



The aim of this tutorial is to teach you how to use myDVDEdit for modifying DVDs. You will learn about the general structure of a DVD, how to modify buttons, how to add commands, as well as how to add a new VTS to an already existing DVD. Also in this tutorial, I'll show you how to add an access code to a DVD so as to stop other people from being able to watch it. Of course, it's pointless to suppose that a DVD can be completely protected, because there is plenty of software capable of reading VOB files, such as Quicktime and myDVDEdit of course, however, being able to limit access to ordinary DVD players isn't a bad start.

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http://www.mydvdedit.com/viewtutorial.php?t=245e&pg=main

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mydvdedit  Apr 15, 2009  Apr 15, 2009  4.8/10 (8 votes ) 941  628988 
 
       
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MacOS: How to encode a movie in h.264 high resolution (640-width) for the iPod



This guide provides a step-by-step process to convert a movie into the new high-resolution format supported by the 5G video iPod, much faster than using iTunes.

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http://www.ffmpegX.com/ipodh264hires.html

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major  Sep 24, 2006  Sep 24, 2006  3.6/10 (5 votes ) 4519  382699 
 
       
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MacOS: How to encode a movie in FLV Flash Video format for your website or blog (Mac OSX)



This guide provides a step-by-step process to convert a movie into Flash Video with ffmpegX for MacOS X, and set up your website to stream the movie directly on a http connection.

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http://ffmpegx.com/flv.html

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major  May 02, 2006  May 02, 2006  1.0/10 (2 votes ) 2678  362540 
 
       
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MacOS: How to author a DVD with DVD Studio Pro on a Mac



Guide for authoring a DVD on Mac, including some mildly advanced techniques. Uses either DVDSP1 on OS9, or DVDSP3 on OSX.

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http://www.digitalfaq.com/dvdguides/authorburn/dvdstudiopro/dvdsp.htm

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lordsmurf  May 29, 2005  May 29, 2005  8.5/10 (2 votes ) 4525  334938 
 
       
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MacOS: How to capture video with Final Cut Pro on a Mac



Guide for capturing video on a Mac, either with FCP2 on OS9, or FCP4 on OSX.

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http://www.digitalfaq.com/dvdguides/capture/mac/finalcut.htm

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lordsmurf  May 29, 2005  May 29, 2005  8.0/10 (3 votes ) 3283  324384 
 
       
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MacOS: How to edit DVD recorder discs on a Mac



How to extract DVD recorder-made MPEG on a Mac, then editing the MPEG footage, remove commercials.

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http://www.digitalfaq.com/dvdguides/edit/dvdrecorder/mac/recorderedit.htm

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lordsmurf  May 29, 2005  May 29, 2005  6.7/10 (7 votes ) 9524  355948 
 
       


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