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  1. Is it possible to "Repair" an MKV?
    For some reason it plays fine in VLC, but when I try to use MKV Wizard to extract the streams it finds none. This means I can't use mkv2vob either as no streams are detected.

    Any ideas?

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    Try mkvtoolnix before giving up
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  3. I just tried MKVExtractGUI, which I presume is what came before MKV Wizard. Strange thing is it appears to be working...
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    MKVExtractGUI is just a visual frontend for mkvtoolnix. I don't know what MKV Wizard does.
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