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Need some suggestions on DVD
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Post 1 made on Friday October 24, 2008 at 02:39
Lurking Member
October 2008
..I have a DVD there are some videos in it, I want to put them to my website so I need a DVD burner to burn DVD to flash video adn then put the flash videos to my site. After some searching I found this program.

The problem is that:
Has anyone ever heard of thsis program - Moyea DVD for Web? Or this brand? I find it interesting and basically satisfy my requirments but I havenít decided to buy it. Can you give me some advices.

Last edited by Stephanee on October 24, 2008 04:53.
Post 2 made on Friday October 24, 2008 at 02:45
Select Member
January 2008
Hire a local web master or web page designer to do it. Or may be a bright 15-16 yr old kid. Save your time and focus your efforts on other thing you are good at.
Post 3 made on Saturday October 25, 2008 at 13:50
Super Member
October 2005
You want to "burn DVD to flash video?" I don't get mean convert DVD's to FLV?

How about using VLC and SUPER? Use VLC to rip it to some file format such as MPG or WMV, then run that file through SUPER to make an SWF or FLV. That would be free.

The player you're embedding may also convert it, I don't really know.

I assume you're talking about non-commercial (non-copyrighted) DVD's?

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