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Im so sorry if this is in the wrong place but i couldnt really find where else to put it?? But anyway i have a DVD of a concert that i bought and i want to take one of the tracks and post it on my blog-type thing. How do i go about removing one track from it and posting it on a blog? My second question is if i have a video i recorded with my camcorder, how do i enable it to be posted on my blog? all help is appreciated, and please move this if its in the wrong place. thanks
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Im so sorry if this is in the wrong place but i couldnt really find where else to put it?? But anyway i have a DVD of a concert that i bought and i want to take one of the tracks and post it on my blog-type thing. How do i go about removing one track from it and posting it on a blog? My second question is if i have a video i recorded with my camcorder, how do i enable it to be posted on my blog? all help is appreciated, and please move this if its in the wrong place. thanks

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Use Windows (XP) Movie Maker. You can capture part of your camcorder or DVD to an MPG (movie) file. This is assuming you have the correct cable to connect your camcorder and a DVD drive.
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Use Windows (XP) Movie Maker.  You can capture part of your camcorder or DVD to an MPG (movie) file.  This is assuming you have the correct cable to connect your camcorder and a DVD drive.

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the correct cord eh? i have a usb to mini usb..but something tells me that isnt it. Where can i get this cord and how much is it?
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ok i tried to edit the dvd (which is a legit verison if that matters) in movie maker but it wont let me import it into the program. err what should i do?
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