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  1. Hi all,

    I have some old DVDs ripped to separate m2v and ac3 files, and would like to mux them into combined mpeg-2 files (without re-encoding). What are some good modern programs for doing that today? Most apps I found for this seem to be around 15 years old.

    In the alternative, what's a good app that can directly extract a combined MPEG-2 file from a DVD ISO?

    While I'm at it, I also have some modern mp4 HD video with separate SRT subtitle files. What's a good app to mux that together also?

    Thanks!
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  2. Clever Ffmpeg-GUI can mux m2v and ac3 to mpg (and other container), can also mux mp4 and srt to mp4/mkv.
    If your DVD's are unprotected, it can also rip the full movie to a single vob and remux them to mpg.
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  3. I prefer videomass and losslesscut but not totally sure if they can do exactly what you wish or not. Both can concatenate multiple videos without re-encoding.
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    Tsmuxer can if you want a gui to a m2ts file
    if all else fails read the manual
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    For MP4 and SRT files MKVToolNix can mux both to a MKV file.
    As for MPEG2 and AC3, TMPGEnc Plus has the ability to multiplex, de-multiplex, merge and cut with its MPEG Tools.
    There is also AVIDemux which can do all of the things you mention for both MPEG, AC3, MP4, and SRT.
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