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  1. Member Faustus's Avatar
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    Hello Sirs. Its been a long while.

    I've forgotten more then I think I knew so I need a bit of help with all these modern wizzbang tools.

    I have a DVD structure copied to my drive and here is what I'd like to do.

    I'd like to remove a single scene or span of time of the contents and wrap it in a MKV wrapper so that I lose as little as possible. To be clear I'd like to avoid reencoding even if the file size is a big larger then needed. (Source is already pretty dodgy) .

    Any Advice for tools? As I said the DVD itself is already on my SSD.
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  2. One way is to open the VOB containing the scene in MPG2Cut2, isolate the scene you want using the [ and ] buttons, and then save as MPG. No reencoding. Then take the result and stick it in an MKV container.
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    Thank you sir. That should do fine I think.

    Any suggestions for putting into an MKV container?
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  4. MKVToolNix should be able to do the job.

    After installing, open the MKVToolNix GUI, add your MPG, give it a name and a destination if you like, and "Start Multiplexing".
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    Worked to PERFECTION. Thanks!
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