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    Original Blu-ray - 1:40:10.254
    MKV - 1:40:36

    I've tried with mkvtoolnix (split by parts based on timecodes) and no results.

    I want to cut the movie exactly at 1:40:10.254 but without re-encoding. Is that possible?
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    Originally Posted by Enrik View Post
    I want to cut the movie exactly at 1:40:10.254 but without re-encoding. Is that possible?
    When cutting with MKVtoolnix it will only cut at the end of one GOP and the start of another GOP, so it will cut approximately within ~300 frames (depends on encoding settings). There's a program called MKVcutter which tries to do what you want for x264/H264 video. Avidemux is also an option for what you want.
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    Originally Posted by KarMa View Post
    Originally Posted by Enrik View Post
    I want to cut the movie exactly at 1:40:10.254 but without re-encoding. Is that possible?
    When cutting with MKVtoolnix it will only cut at the end of one GOP and the start of another GOP, so it will cut approximately within ~300 frames (depends on encoding settings). There's a program called MKVcutter which tries to do what you want for x264/H264 video. Avidemux is also an option for what you want.
    Thanks, avidemux seems to be the best, with mkvcutter I canít see milliseconds. Just one more thing, isn't there any way to start at 00:00:00,000? Once you feed avidemux with a video file it always starts at 00:00:00.083. Is there any reason? I hope it won't cause desynchronization if I decide to add an audio file (commentary track) to the resulting mkv file.
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