Title is somewhat self-explanatory. And before it’s locked, this is for work. Client provided a “home” video interview of one of his customers for testimonial purpose. Gave me a DVD - I assumed it was already web-converted (.mov, .mpg, .wmv) etc.
It wasn’t. It’s a true DVD file.
It’s only 30 seconds long, and I don’t need Chapters or metadata or anything like that. I simply want it as a .mov for presentation purposes.
I found a free DVD ripper that pulled it off DVD to .mpg. I then purchased Quicktime Pro, thinking it could handle that - but it’s converting it with no sound.
Oh - most importantly - I’m on a PC
Argh! Anyone know if this is even possible? I googled all kinds of stuff, with no help whatsoever.
Thanks in advance.