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Would like to create my own demo / reference disc. Like these discs as DTS and Dolby usually drops before the CES,

see link -> http://www.demo-worl...emo-disc-17.php

Simply a bunch of clippings from various movies, it would be super to have as a reference disc, with material that you "know" really good, it´s good to have both for showing of your cinema or when you're buying new equipment.

Is there anyone who has done such a disc yourself? and what does it take? The software should surely be free for it to be interesting.

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Where've you been for two years?! eek.gif

You have some catching up to do:

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1475769/demonstration-blu-ray-discs-independently-authored

Hint: it's a royal PITA. Just download these. wink.gif

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Oops sry, have to go through these threads I think. Thanks guys! smile.gif
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No apologies necessary. That's why we're here.

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I´ll wake this thread up again. I´ve made my hole movie collection digital now. So I have a lot of film in MKV container. I would like to splitt these MKV files into small clips.

Basically I wanna cut out scenes that I like to have as demo scenes. Found a way to cut pieces of movie in handbrake. But thats not working with True HD audio tracks.

Anyone know a nice software that can split files without q-loss?

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tsMuxeR:
http://www.videohelp.com/software/tsMuxeR

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Thx, I´ve just tested tsMuxer. But it looks like it cant handle Dolby True HD?

Also I would like the MKV container to be untouched. MKV wasn´t possible to choose as output.

Any other ideas?
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