[Frameworks] Re-authored Imagery Culled from Commercial DVDs

Jonathan Thomas cinemametafisica at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jan 5 04:16:12 CST 2012


Hi Ken,
Just to cover the mac angle incase you're using one - I use a free download called 'Mac the Ripper' that has ripped everything I've put through it so far without any problems.
Jonathan

http://cinemametafisica.wordpress.com

--- On Mon, 2/1/12, Ken Paul Rosenthal <kenpaulrosenthal at hotmail.com> wrote:

From: Ken Paul Rosenthal <kenpaulrosenthal at hotmail.com>
Subject: [Frameworks] Re-authored Imagery Culled from Commercial DVDs
To: "Frameworks Postings" <frameworks at jonasmekasfilms.com>
Date: Monday, 2 January, 2012, 15:39





I would like to make a collage documentary consisting of very short, 3 to 5 second clips (possibly longer) relative to my theme, culled from pre-1960 Hollywood films. My question is two-fold: First, are there any intellectual property issues regarding image and sound, given the length of the clips? The project won't have a theatrical release, only film festivals and self-distribution. Secondly, what would be the best method for ripping these clips from a dvd of the original source film?
Thanks, Kenwww.crookedbeautythefilm.com  (Academic)www.crookedbeauty.com  (Public)
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