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MarkL316 12-04-2012 07:42 AM

Cutting DVD clips
 
I have a couple of PWG show dvd rips on my computer and I want to cut some of the better matches out and make them singles files? Is there any software that will help me to do this?

Brock 12-04-2012 08:45 AM

Re: Cutting DVD clips
 
DVDShrink (use non-compress mode) does this really easy, also TMPEG Author too, although that requires a bit more faffing about.

Id like to know of any other reccomendations too.

MarkL316 12-04-2012 09:43 AM

Re: Cutting DVD clips
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by zep81 (Post 12339695)
DVDShrink (use non-compress mode) does this really easy, also TMPEG Author too, although that requires a bit more faffing about.

Id like to know of any other reccomendations too.

I heard DVD shrink doesn't cut clips into single files though?

Brock 12-06-2012 01:28 PM

Re: Cutting DVD clips
 
You can re-author the DVD, where you just select a portion of the DVD you want, like a match, then save that portion into a folder (as in a DVD Folder).

If you mean a single file like an avi, then no it doesnt do that, only VOB DVD Files.

sXeMope 12-06-2012 08:04 PM

Re: Cutting DVD clips
 
Boilsoft Video Splitter.

All you do is load the video file into the program, enter the start time, and end time you want to split, and split it. Takes about 10 seconds. Only downsides are that the programs video viewer is laggy, but you can just get the times from WMP, or VLC, or whatever you use to watch video files on your computer, and sometimes the program will say it can't play a video file, but it still splits fine.

Seabs 12-10-2012 03:41 PM

Re: Cutting DVD clips
 
Use CloneDVDMobile. Best program for ripping DVDs into smaller compressed files like .avi or .mp4. PM me if you want a link.


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