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Old 23rd July 2010, 17:57   #1  |  Link
ybarra
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Trim DVD & AVCHD footage w/ subtitles

Maybe someone knows of a simple solution for this one. My old workflow looked like this:

shoot DV -> Capture/Trim in Scenalyzer -> Use freeware tool to extract time/date to subtitle file -> Use custom VB program to format properly for Encore -> Burn w/ subtitles to DVD using Encore -> Final product is a DVD w/ the time/date as a subtitle track.

My new workflow is that I shoot everything in AVCHD and the time/date is automatically embeded as a subtitle track by my camcorder.

My question is this: How can I go back and trim DVD vob's as well as AVCHD .m2ts streams while retaining the time/date subtitle tracks (that would be properly trimmed in the right places as well). My ultimate goal is to output all the home movies to Blu-Ray (including the old DVD mpg + subtitle) with as little reencoding as possible. Are there any "pro" programs out there that can import in all the tracks, allow trimming, and then burn to Blu-Ray?
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Old 25th July 2010, 09:48   #2  |  Link
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tsMuxeR will load your m2ts files (which have subtitle tracks) and allows you to trim/cut at specified time/size.
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