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Old Oct 13, 2011, 01:09 PM
dschwieger dschwieger is offline
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Default I've used DVDxDV for years to convert DVDs to Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, and Avid

Having worked in the Pro Video industry for several years there's no tool out there that compares to DVDxDV. If you want to make your video look as good as possible in a video editing program, you have to convert the video to a high quality Pro level codec, such as ProRes or Uncompressed 8 bit. Converting to H.264 which most of these Chinese clone programs like iSkySoft, Wondershare etc. will destroy your video. I highly recommend using doing a test with a real world test with all of these converters and then deciding for yourself. You can get a free trial version of DVDxDV at:

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