Final Cut Pro X: How to Import a DVD into Final Cut Pro 10

This video explains the process of converting DVD into a file that can be edited with Final Cut Pro X.

From converting your old projects to helping a friend digitize their home movies, Final Cut Pro X is the application to use. However, to get there, you’ll need to cover the DVD into a file that can be added to a Final Cut Event. Handbrake is the application shown in this video, and it can be downloaded from http://handbrake.fr

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