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Converting VTS-files (Power DVD files) to avi


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#1 gkmusic

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Posted 10 July 2005 - 02:38 PM

Hi everyone.
Just got started recently and thank god for forums like these...
Working with dv tapes has been relativly easy-no frame loss via firewire from
my pd 170 into the pc- but my software (vegas 4.0) won't open the VTS-files on a dvd.
Any suggestions? Does anyone happen to know if the s-video on the pd170 can be used as an input('throughput')?
Your time and wisdom is much appreciated.
thanks and best regards,
gkmusic
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#2 dbledwn11

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Posted 16 August 2005 - 09:01 PM

Hi everyone.
Just got started recently and thank god for forums like these...
Working with dv tapes has been relativly easy-no frame loss via firewire from
my pd 170 into the pc- but my software (vegas 4.0) won't open the VTS-files on a dvd.
Any suggestions? Does anyone happen to know if the s-video on the pd170 can be used as an input('throughput')?
Your time and wisdom is much appreciated.
thanks and best regards,
gkmusic

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