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    Hi,

    I have the DVD The Haunted Mansion (2003).

    I love the Deleted Scenes from the DVD also!

    I have looked more then once to find a DVD unedited with the deleted scenes, however, am unable to find one even for Blue-Ray!

    How do I edit my DVD to where the deleted scenes are placed in the correct spot of the movie, whether it be avi or some other format and if there is a easy way that would be greatly appreciated also? Please and thank you!

    Thanks so much! Have a great one! God bless!

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    Demux the main movie and the deleted scenes using VOB2MPG, then use an MPG editor (VideoRedo, Womble Mpeg Video Wizard, Tmpgenc Mpeg Editor) to cut the deleted scenes back into the main feature. Output a new mpeg file, and author a new DVD. You should be able to do this with not quality video loss. Audio may be a different matter, as the main feature most likely has 5.1 surround, but the deleted scenes usually only have 2.0. You will either have to mix down the main to 2.0, or make a fake 5.1 for your deleted scenes ebfore you edit.
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    Thanks so much!

    How do I put the deleted scenes exactly where they belong in the movie does software help put it in the correct spot also? Please and thank you!
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    Originally Posted by Ghtpua
    Thanks so much!

    How do I put the deleted scenes exactly where they belong in the movie does software help put it in the correct spot also? Please and thank you!
    You will have to find the correct locations yourself. It is a manual process only. That said, it should not be difficult to find the points where the clips need to go and to put them back in. I would estimate no more than an hour to do most of the work. Usually deleyed scenes on a DVD have some of the existing scene at the start to provide context, so you will have some overlap to play with.
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