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    Hi,

    Is it possible to cut bits of a TS file and get another shorter TS file without demuxing?
    I don't see the way in the options.

    Thank you in advance.
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    Well, there's a "to TS" option in "Prepare".

    I used it and got a file with "rec" extension that was playable with VLC.

    The problem is one I already faced before. There's no way to keep the subtitles.

    I think there's no application nowadays that can't cut a TS file and keep the subtitles. Too bad.
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    There is a convoluted way you can achieve a TS file + subtitle albeit as a separate file.
    First edit your file in ProjectX and demux to get the subtitle track - make sure you also 'save cuts'.
    Then reopen ProjectX via the 'save cuts' file - this will put your video file back into the time line with all your edits. Then go to Prepare and save as a TS file using the To TS option. With or without the Topfield header.

    You now have 2 edited files with the same prefix name and suffixes srt and TS or rec...

    Can't remember if the Topfield will pick up a separate sub file or not as I moved on to the Beyonwiz PVR about 18 months ago. The BW certainly does it.
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