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Master Geek


# 46923 9-Nov-2009 20:39
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What I want to do is automaticaly separate my Music DVDs to create in sense separate Music Videos.


Is any one out there already doing this?  Any recomendations on how I go about this.


Now these will all be from DVDs I own - But I don't care what the end file is as my popcorn hour will be able to handle it.


Cheers Shane


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  # 271432 9-Nov-2009 20:41
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I have done it using DVDShrink to create individual .vob files that I just renamed to .mpeg to play back in MediaPortal. Works well and I dont lose any quality.




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  # 271438 9-Nov-2009 21:04
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ImTOO DVD Ripper Ultimate 5 or ImTOO HD Video Converter

 
 
 
 


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  # 271553 10-Nov-2009 10:08
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Handbrake will allow you to rip videos by chapter (or groups of chapters)



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Master Geek


  # 271570 10-Nov-2009 10:41
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Thanks giuys - I will give Handbrake a try first - Then I will try DVD shrink

Cheers



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Master Geek


  # 272441 12-Nov-2009 16:16
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I havn't tried DVD shrink yet - Lack of time.

But Handbrake worked a charm. The only issue I had was it wouldn't read my test dvd - And gave me a Anti copying warning.

But as I have done full DVD structure rips of my music DVDs - Handbrake was able to open and process those perfectly without any dramas.

Thanks

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  # 272479 12-Nov-2009 18:31
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+1 use handbrake

to get past your 'other problem' you can use anydvd to rip it to HDD and then use handbrake to re-encode.




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  # 273402 16-Nov-2009 09:30
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I actually use DVD Fab - Do a DVD9 to DVD9 copy - When it asks me to insert a blank DVD I pop into the DVD Fab temp folder and copy the files out. Then cancel the Insert DVD request.

Works a dream.

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