[teknoids] Copying DVD question

Tom Ryan tomryan at camlaw.rutgers.edu
Thu Feb 2 10:17:10 EST 2006

I¹ve used dvdshrink.. Does not contain decss by default, does a nice job..

On 2/2/06 10:11 AM, "Rick Bonnett" <RBONNETT at vermontlaw.edu> wrote:

> I was curious, what software do you use to grab the snippets from DVDs?  I
> have been looking for something like that for our campus.
> Thanks,
> Rick
>>>> >>> DEAN at law.unm.edu 1/31/2006 11:46 AM >>>
> A faculty member asked if we could copy a snippet of a movie on DVD for him.
> He wants to use it for mediation training. He plans to buy the DVD, if that
> helps.
> My gut said no, it's copyrighted material, but he said that because the
> educational fair use guidelines, he thinks it's OK. I'm not an attorney - he
> is - but he really wasn't sure whether it was OK or not. I told him I'd run it
> by this list and see how you would handle this if it was your shop. I read the
> guidelines just now but again, it seemed like a good thing to get some input
> on.
> Thanks. 
> Cyndi Dean 
> Assistant Dean for Information Technology
> UNM School of Law
> (505) 277-0695 
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