Ripping two different places from DVD in one file

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gmantil
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Ripping two different places from DVD in one file

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I have a dvd, but it has a short video before each episode. I want to copy bot videos (short introduction and episode) in on video. Both parts are not continuous, so it is not possible to choice seconds or frames. I need to choice two different places to prepare the new MKV or MP4.


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Windows 10



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Woodstock
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Re: Ripping two different places from DVD in one file

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Handbrake cannot do what you're wanting.

You could use a ripping tool, such as MakeMKV, to rip the DVD, then combine the two MKV files using mkvmerge (google can find it), then process the result with handbrake.

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Re: Ripping two different places from DVD in one file

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MKVToolNix is a good graphical interface for mkvmerge.

gmantil
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Re: Ripping two different places from DVD in one file

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Thanks Woodstock. I did other process, perhaps a little longer. I Ripped the DVD with DVDShrink, but I choose only the short introduction and the episode, after I merged both VOB files in a single VOB with VOBMerge. With this new VOB, I worked with Handbrake, and my MKV was perfect. Only I had some issues with the mark of chapters, but I solved it with MKVToolnix.

In my first attempt, I prepared two MKV (Introduction and Episode) with Handbrake each one, but I got an issue because both files where with different encode structure, so it was impossible to merge with MKVMerge.

My solution I described above, worked fine. Perhaps again, a little longer, but worked.

Thanks so much,

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