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    It allows me to watch DVD movies in AVI format on my laptop so that I don't have to take originals - I like to watch movies while traveling:)

    Works fine. Able to rip almost all the DVDs. After a free trial, purchased this program and using it since a week. No problems observed. Have no spyware or any virus attached as my computer has all protections and would have detected if any such softwares.

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    Tutorial 2: how to convert DVD VOB to Sony Vegas compatible AVI
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    Step 4. Add custom watermark:If you are a register user ,you can use “ Add custom watermark ”function. You can add your company's logo or your website address to output video files. Select “settings”from meum,then click the “Add custom watermark”button,you can choose your own logo.Default choose is “None”,when you select ”Text “ option you can input your slogan or website address and you can change font and color. Also you can drag and drop the words to anywhere of the black screen (etc:top left corner or top right corner). When you select“Bitmap”option, you can select your picture and drag picture on the screen .Now you output file will include your Company's logo or website address.

    Step 5. Start Encode: With all settings being properly done, click "Start" button, choose "Encode" to start ripping selected charpters. If you want to encode from a specific starting point, firstly, you must drag or played movie to this specific point, then choose " Encode From Current Position " in the "START" menu.
    If you want to encode a segment, please choose " Encode Segment " in the "START" menu, then enter the beginning time and the duration of the clip. For example, you want a clip from 1:17:43 to 1:55:17, you should enter From 1:17:43 to 1:55:17 , after that, click the " OK" button.


    Step 6. Import the output Video file to Sony Vegas: After the file is successfully ripped, you may click the " Folder " button to browse the output files. Convert VOB to Video is done. After the converting complete,there will generate *.avi files, just import them into Sony Vegas.

    Anyone experienced with previous Sonic Foundry audio edting applications will feel instantally welcomed by the Vegas 4 interface (shown below).
    Sony Vegas Video Editor
    Once you've ripped your video, more files may be added to the media pool by dragging and dropping files from the explorer tab (simply drop them onto the media pool tab). You can also extract audio from a CD from the file menu and even download stock footage from the Sony website. A nice touch. As is the ability to search your media pool/bins for clips - useful for those of us forever losing sight of all the imported clips.

    If you haven't already captured clips, you'll want to start a new project to ensure the correct settings are selected. Click File > New to bring up the Project settings dialogue:

    As is standard with higher end video editing suites, Vegas editing is done on a timeline basis where clips are dragged and droped to the timeline window. Simply choose your videos from your organised media pool (or explorer if you wish) and drag them to the timeline (and added clips will automatically be added to the media pool anyway). Clips in the timeline are show as thumbnailed as default, which makes for an easy and quick way of navigating through the scene. By default, overlapping clips on the timeline are cross faded, with the length of transition depending on the size of the overlap. This can easily be undone by dragging the clips apart, or the turning on the auto-ripple feature so that the same distance is always maintained between clips.

    Clip in and out points can also be selected and dragged to the appropriate points to trim your video, or alternatively dragged to the trimmer tag. A region can then be selected and added to the timeline. Selected regions can also be cut and pasted using the usual windows short cuts or from the Edit menu, but to be honest, I was dissapointed at the lack of editing tools available directly from the timeline.

    Zooming in and out of the timeline and trimmer window is facilitated by right clicking on the area above the timeline. You have the option of zooming to the selection or setting the selection to the view or entire project (you can select an area to zoom by clicking in the area above the timeline and dragging the cursor). You can also zoom in and out using the + and - buttons in the bottom right of the timeline.

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