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convert dvd ultrasound video to emailable format

by sabdhawkins / September 13, 2007 6:29 AM PDT

Video currently opens w/ my Windows XP OS, Power DVD or Windows Media Player. However, when exploring CD files nothing stands out for me to email this to my MIL in NV. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

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Need to use a DVD ripper...
by John.Wilkinson / September 13, 2007 10:23 AM PDT

You can't just copy-and-paste files from a DVD for it to work, you must actually use an application to rip it to your hard drive as an MPEG, AVI, etc file. However, keep in mind that if it's a commercial DVD you're likely not permitted to distribute copies, including to your MIL, due to copyright laws. In addition, a ripped DVD can take up to 4.7GB, whereas most e-mail attachments are limited to 10MB or less, so e-mailing is usually not an option for video.


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Ultrasound DVD
by sabdhawkins / September 14, 2007 3:11 AM PDT

Thank you so much for your advice!

Lynchburg, VA

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