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Old 8th January 2021, 06:45   #1  |  Link
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How to split a DVD PGC program at Cell boundaries?

I have a DVD with a PGC program consisting EP01-03. I'd like to demux the video & audio into individual EPs, separated by manually selected Cell boundaries. Is there a tool for it?

I can do it by using MeGUI File Indexer to generate d2v, avs, and CellTimes.txt, and manually Trim at Cell frame boundaries in the avs script. But it only handles video, and there must be an easier way.

Is there a tool that I can select desired PGC program and cut points at selected Cells, and it outputs something like EP01.{d2v,avs,ac3}, EP02.{d2v,avs,ac3}, ...? Or is there some scripts to make the batch process easier? I have 40+ EPs to process.
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PGCDemux.
BTW, what is a EP in your context ?
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PGCDemux.
BTW, what is a EP in your context ?
Episode. I think DVDDecrypter can be set up to decrypt by PGC.
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