Analog recording

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by soevel, Sep 26, 2006.

  1. soevel

    soevel Guest

    Does anyone know if there is a program like total recorder(audio) but
    then for video, I want to record video images of the internet or of a
    dvd (analog) and save it on my harddisk of my pc, or is there another
    way to do this?
     
    soevel, Sep 26, 2006
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    Jerry Guest

    I think there is some software call 'gooutandbuyalagit-copy', suggest
    you Google...
     
    Jerry, Sep 26, 2006
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  3. soevel

    G Hardy Guest

    You might struggle if the video renderer (e.g. Windows Media Player) uses a
    video overlay to display the content. As far as I can tell, the memory used
    for that is not really screen memory, so it doesn't get recorded by programs
    such as fraps or camtasia. For DVDs, it's easy enough - visit Doom9.org for
    more info.
     
    G Hardy, Sep 26, 2006
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  4. soevel

    soevel Guest

    Dear Jerry,

    It's not my thing to go illegal, but we are giving in 1 month a Quiz
    with our football team and I want to cut out of "bought" dvd's scenes
    of 10 seconds and the contesters has to guess what follows after I
    stopped the scene, I tried many ways but I don't know how to do it so
    that's why my question to do it analog way,


    Jerry schreef:
     
    soevel, Sep 26, 2006
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  5. soevel

    G Hardy Guest

    It's not my thing to go illegal, but we are giving in 1 month a Quiz
    It is illegal, but the chances of being discovered are low, and the
    likelihood of being successfully prosecuted are also low. It's as much to do
    with the circumvention of copy protection as it is the copyright of the
    material itself. You'll also be breaching the licence granted for viewing
    the material, which probably states something along the lines that it is for
    household viewing only, and not permitted in clubs.

    Having said all that, you need "DVD decryptor" which you can use to rip a
    specific cell of the DVD to a M2V video and (probably) AC3 audio. Use
    BeSweet (and BeSweetGUI) to convert the audio to a format you can edit, such
    as PCM WAV.

    Good luck. Don't get caught. ;o)
     
    G Hardy, Sep 26, 2006
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  6. soevel

    Jerry Guest

    Oh good then, perhaps someone from the copyright holder can come
    around to your house and use your property without your
    permission?... Whilst I accept that your reasons might be honourable
    don't you think that any answer that might be given on a public forum
    just might also fall into the hands of those with less honourable
    reasons to copy a protected DVD?
     
    Jerry, Sep 26, 2006
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  7. soevel

    Tony Morgan Guest

    The means/methods hardly need broadcasting Jerry. Anyone using a
    newsreader (that obviously includes everyone here) can do a search
    within their newsreader for appropriate newsgroups (divx, dvd. dvdr, mp3
    etc) to discover virtually every movie, TV series, and song/track/cd
    ever released. And the means to copy DVDs and CDs is easily identified
    by anyone with the most basic knowledge of using Google which is likely
    to throw up http://www.findfreefiles.com

    I'm not suggesting that anyone does it, just pointing out that the
    means/methods to do so are effectively in the public domain - courtesy
    of Google of course.

    What you are doing is a bit like telling a sailor not to use the 'F'
    word :)
     
    Tony Morgan, Sep 26, 2006
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    Jerry Guest

    You are correct of course, but as you say anyone can Google or search
    for the relevant group EXCEPT the OP it would seem, and as "telling a
    sailor not to use the 'F' word", you don't tell a kid not to use the
    'F' word unless you have heard him or her use it more than a few
    times - to draw attention to the word often just means that the kid
    ends up using it because he or her isn't meant to do so! Think about
    it...
     
    Jerry, Sep 26, 2006
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  9. soevel

    Tony Morgan Guest

    Out of context yet again Jerry?. But what's new? Only a numptie can
    confuse 'sailor' with 'kid'.
     
    Tony Morgan, Sep 26, 2006
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  10. soevel

    Jerry Guest

    Yes you were.
     
    Jerry, Sep 27, 2006
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  11. soevel

    franklin.sr Guest



    1. Jerry, why don't you rename yourself "Pavlov's Dog" As soon as you
    someone rings the copyright bell you can be assured Jerry will take a
    moment from licking his balls to quote copyright law.

    2. You don't need to make value judgements. Either answer his question
    or don't. We can all do without the moralising from wankers like you.

    3. Do you seriously think that people that want to actually circumvent
    copyright are going to come to uk.rec.video.digital??? And further that
    by you posting the method is actually going to them open the floodgates
    to piracy (I am genuinly chuckling my ass off as I write this)

    Jerry...you'd be funny if you weren't such an a grade asshole!
     
    franklin.sr, Sep 27, 2006
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  12. soevel

    Jerry Guest

    Oh FOAD troll, you never miss an opportunity to troll this group do
    you, you're just a worthless fuckwited moron. If people don't like me
    reminding them about copyright law then don't ask how to break it.

    Or are you saying that you would welcome some scum bag stealing your
    wages, that is what this is about, stealing other peoples property
    earnings.
     
    Jerry, Sep 27, 2006
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  13. soevel

    soevel Guest

    Anyone?
    Does anyone uses VirtualDubMod? how come that I don't have audio on my
    cutted scene (.avi)?




    schreef:
     
    soevel, Sep 27, 2006
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  14. soevel

    franklin.sr Guest

    Or are you saying that you would welcome some scum bag stealing your

    Oh I see.

    So this guy is having a quiz night and he wants to use 10 seconds
    segments of footage to use for the quiz and that makes him a scumbag?
    (all one word btw) and why? Because he's 'STEALING' content. Doesn't
    matter that he's not doing it for profit. Not in your world does it
    Jerry? Nope. He's exactly the same as the chinese pirates
    counterfeiting hundreds and millions of dollars of software.

    There is no distinction with you is there Jerry? In your world
    everything is nice and easy. Nice and black and white. You're a scumbag
    or you're doing the 'right' thing.

    The rule law when it comes to copyright in this case should be treated
    as a servant and not the master. You would seriously have him write to
    every content owner and ask for permission and/or negotiate a fair
    price for that 10 seconds of footage?


    Like any one of those companies would EVER prosecute someone for using
    footage at fucking quiz night.

    Christ man..shut your mouth before you embarress yourself any further...
     
    franklin.sr, Sep 27, 2006
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  15. soevel

    G Hardy Guest

    Err - yes. Didn't you see my earlier response?
     
    G Hardy, Sep 27, 2006
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  16. soevel

    Jerry Guest

    scumbag?

    Perhaps not but that is not the point, people earn their income from
    selling such segments of footage.
    Oh right, so as long as the burglar is not going to sell their 'ill
    got and gains' it's alright then?...

    Not in your world does it
    Technically he is exactly the same, a thief.
    No, you are the scumbag, you seem to think it's OK for someone to
    steal even though you know that there is a law against it. Anyway the
    thread is about the larger picture, yes sure the OP might be just
    doing as he said but what if he isn't or someone like you also gets
    hold of the software - buy one commercial DVD and all your mates can
    have a copy too perhaps?
    Yes, the law is the servant of the *master*, but as the master is the
    owner and not the visitor, the servant has every right to tell the
    visitor were to go and what to do whilst in the masters house...

    You would seriously have him write to
    Well that is exactly what he would have to do if it was for
    commercial use or broadcast use, same goes for music, although most
    commercial companies can just inform the agent or holder what titles
    have been used and what duration the extract is.
    Yes, I suspect that is quite possible in the highly commercial world
    of Football rights!
     
    Jerry, Sep 27, 2006
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  17. It's about time you had a sensible answer, Try "WM Recorder 11.0"

    http://www.techwebpress.com/2006/08/01/wm-recorder-ver-110/
     
    Mike O'Sullivan, Sep 27, 2006
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  18. soevel

    soevel Guest

    Thanks, I am going to try it immediately
     
    soevel, Sep 28, 2006
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