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mkvmerge with --split should work, like
mkvmerge --split timecodes:00:05:00,00:06:00 file.mkv -o output_file.mkv
That results in three files - output_file-001.mkv, output_file-002.mkv and output_file-003.mkv, and -002 contais the the part I've chosen to cut. However, I only want one file as result, if you know what I mean.
same problem here.
i only need a time between 5 and 6 minutes, but the program make other parts.
I trie use a mkv GUI but have same files!
You can copy a segment out of the .mkv with avidemux (not command line) out of many kinds of .mkv's, but only cutting on keyframes if the video stream is AVC/h.264
If you have other junk (subtitles, attachments, etc..) it might not work - take the stuff out with mkvmerge first
also if the stream is MBAFF or PAFF, or contains many b-frames and pyramids, it might not work