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  1. Hi everyone! How do I insert chapter marks in MPC-HC seek bar, so that I can forward to the next chapter easily with the forward key.

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    Have you tried add chapters to your video file? You can add chapters to any video with mkvtoolnixgui and output as a mkv.
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  3. I don't think it can be done. If there's chapters in the source file they should be displayed though, assuming....

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  4. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Have you tried add chapters to your video file? You can add chapters to any video with mkvtoolnixgui and output as a mkv.
    The photo I attached was from an mp4 file... It was from a dvd...
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    You can add chapters to a mp4 also with for example mp4box(command line utility) or with handbrake (under the chapters tab, but handbrake will reconvert your video...).


    Or add a mp4 in mkvtoolnixgui, add the chapters and output a mkv. No video/audio reconversion.
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  6. If the problem is chapters aren't being displayed while playing DVDs when they should be, it's probably because you're not opening them "correctly". If in doubt use the "File/Open DVD" menu and select the folder containing the DVD files, or the Open Disc menu.
    If you simply open a vob file with MPC-HC you won't see chapters as they don't have any. The chapters are in the IFO files.
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