Importing DVD to Sonar P 8.5

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2011/03/15 18:12:52 (permalink)

Importing DVD to Sonar P 8.5

Anyone know how to import a dvd video into Sonar P 8.5.  The original video was VHS that was converted to dvd but I want to import it to Sonar so that I can edit both the video and audio.  There is no copyright issue with this video.
 
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    cliffr
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    Re:Importing DVD to Sonar P 8.5 2011/03/15 19:32:39 (permalink)
    Are you aware that Sonar is not a video editor ?.
    The way your question is phrased I wasn't sure.

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    Re:Importing DVD to Sonar P 8.5 2011/03/15 23:54:23 (permalink)
    You could rip the audio and video from the DVD using a utility you can get on the internet. You can edit the audio with Sonar, but not the video so you'd need a video editor. I recommend Sony Vegas or Sonar Vegas Movie Studio. 

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    Re:Importing DVD to Sonar P 8.5 2011/03/16 19:13:17 (permalink)
    Actually I assumed Sonar had limited video capabilities,  my bad it doesn't but I really just wanted to work the sound anyways.  I did finally figure it out.  Thanks for the help.  Any info on a good (good being a relative term) free video editor?

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    Re:Importing DVD to Sonar P 8.5 2011/03/17 22:48:23 (permalink)
    Windows comes with Windows Movie Maker. It works depending on what you're trying to do. 

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