How can I convert a DVD to a format thats editable in Windows Movie Maker?
Is there a way of doing this legally?
Presumably this can only be done legally with a 'home-made' DVD, in which case you would have the source material - unless it was from a DVD-R deck, but then you're not allowed to keep TV recordings anyway.
Not judging what anyone wants to do, but just curious about the answer that that question.
This place has a lot of very useful "How To" articles and tools
Though as you say - it all is a bit "iffy" legally.
crc-ict writes :If it's from the BBC or Channel 4 you are if it's for educational purposesthen you're not allowed to keep TV recordings anyway.
One of our local school even got permission to digitize them for staff to use on their white boards
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It also gets around anyone that worries about copyright as wellEducational purposes - education establishments can join, and are licensed by, the Education Recording Authority (ERA) to record TV & Radio programme material for educational purposes. Since 1990, this has entitled them to record all BBC programming off air with back-up support from the British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) and National Film & Television Archive (NFTVA).
The ERA Licensing Scheme http://www.era.org.uk
I am still working on getting the copyrights sorted out for my digital archives, so i will update my thread soon!
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