lostuchiha wrote:Also, does AMVapp even work on Macs. Thanks!
dokool wrote:But if you want to rip DVDs and import them into FCP, check out Kirin's iMovie guide and adapt the methods in there for FCP.
dokool wrote:dokool wrote:But if you want to rip DVDs and import them into FCP, check out Kirin's iMovie guide and adapt the methods in there for FCP.
LantisEscudo wrote:FCP can import AVI files, as long as the AVIs are ones that Quicktime can open.
I don't know of any lossless codecs that are available in both Quicktime and VFW formats, but if you've got the hard drive space, Uncompressed AVIs will work in FCP, which is what I did for my most recent video (not on the site yet). I ripped/filtered using the AMVApp on my PC, created Uncompressed AVIs of the scenes I wanted in VDubMod, moved the AVIs to my Mac and edited in FCP on the Mac.
If you're working solely on a Mac, Kirin's guide is the best resource I've found for getting your footage in.
lostuchiha wrote:thanks...thats interesting. did u use an external harddrive to move the avis from ur pc to mac, because the reformatting is annoying, or is there another way. thanks again.
Kionon wrote:OS X will format Fat32 drives up to 120GBs and Windows can read them. I have an external on my mac that I store my uncompressed .mov files on, 80GB, formatted in Fat32 on OS X. In my case, I don't need to worry about avis, I don't think. As long as FCP likes my movs.
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