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post #1 of 4 Old 01-04-2012, 04:59 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi,

I have currently got some tv shows ripped into mkv and mpg formats and it only let me rip one track for all 4 episodes. I would like to split this up into the 4 respective episodes. Is there any cheap good software to do this? Do I need a different piece of software for mkv and mpg?

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for MKV files I know you can use mkv merge. you tell it to cut the file at certain time points.

the mpg equivalent program would be tsmuxer. I cant remember offhand if that has that ability.

Video Redo has to be the best overall mpeg 2 editing software. Very good for commercial stripping WMC recordings.

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thank you I will give them a play

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HDTV2mpeg is free and will work for the mpg files.
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