This program allows you to extract audio or video clips from DVDs and save them in formats ready for use in popular applications including QuickTime, iMovie, Final Cut, Keynote, PowerPoint, iTunes and even an iPod.
You can select clips as short as a few frames within a chapter or as long as all the chapters in a movie, while previewing in full motion video. Cinematize can handle DVD formats including PAL or NTSC, MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 for video tracks, and PCM, AC-3, MPEG, DTS or SDDS for audio tracks. It decodes AC-3 and PCM audio to AIFF, WAV or QuickTime formats. It extracts MPEG, DTS and SDDS audio to MPEG-2 or elementary stream formats. Extracted files can be saved as QuickTime movies as flattened single files or with separate audio and video files, AVI files, DV Stream files or raw formats.
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