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    cpt_azad's Avatar Colonel
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    Is there any software out ther that will let me rip out a specific part of a DVD, like for example, I want to rip out a couple of clips from the bonus material section of a DVD without actually having to rip the entire DVD. Is this possible? If not, what options do I have?

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    Virtualbody1234's Avatar Forum Star BT Rep: +2
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    DVD Shrink.

    Click the Re-Author button and you can select any part you want. After selecting, you can even cut off the beginning and end of any selection by the Set Start/End Frames button (looks like 2 arrows pointing in opposite directions).

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    Ok I clicked on re-author, and I can see/preview the clips from the list of clips I want. So I right clicked on the clips I wanted and clicked "Add" which got added to a new list on the top left corner called DVD Compilation. How do I actually start ripping these clips?

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    What you could do is rip the whole dvd and compress it with the xvid codec, then just an AVI splitter to cut out those specific parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpt_azad View Post
    Ok I clicked on re-author, and I can see/preview the clips from the list of clips I want. So I right clicked on the clips I wanted and clicked "Add" which got added to a new list on the top left corner called DVD Compilation. How do I actually start ripping these clips?
    Click the Backup! button.

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