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Old April 12th, 2013, 12:55 PM
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How can I save movie footage to edit on Mac (Final Cut or iMovie)?

I have a MacBook and would like to try spoofing a movie scene (1-2 minutes) for satire and parody. My question is what is the best or easiest way to grab the footage of a movie so I can edit? Do I rent a DVD and view it on my Mac and grab it that way or preferably to view it online from say Hulu or Netflix?

I plan on using Final Cut Pro, but before I spend the money on that, I was wondering if its possible to test this on iMovie since I already have it. Your thoughts?

For those of you who have legality issues over this, I believe this is legal as long as you're doing this to spoof in satire or parody. You see countless videos on YouTube doing this not to mention the late night talk shows doing this. Thanks a million.

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Hi! If you are planning on ripping a DVD scene for your digital video editing, you can do it using Handbrake. Handbrake will let you rip a scene from a DVD and use it for your video editing.

Yes, you can! iMovie is a great video editing software for Mac to start with. Then if you want to go more into advance editing then you can use Final Cut Pro. If you want to learn more about how to edit on Mac, just PM me and I can guide you

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