How to merge and split DVD Movie?

  style197 02:49 16 Apr 2009

How to merge and split DVD Movie?
Who is your favorite star or dreaming lover? Have you ever dreaming making a movie consisting all the classic shots, scenes of your favorite Tom Hanks? Want to split the movie into different sections and convert only your favorite ones? Want to clip the most impressing scenes for memorize or yeaning your favorite Harry Porter? You need DVD Ripper that allows splitting the movie and merging different items into one video.
[URL=click here]Pavtube DVD Ripper[/URL] boasts feature of both splitting and merging just for your convenience to make clips of DVD movie. Now let’s go step by step to split the DVD movie as well as how to merge different chapters into one video.
Section1 Split DVD
Step1: Insert the DVD to the DVD ROM.
Step2: Launch Pavtube DVD Ripper and Click the button of “DVD Rom” or “DVD Folder” to load the entire DVD.
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Step3: Click the icon of “+” before the Title name and the movie is split into different chapters. Select your favorite chapter by ticking the checkbox before each chapter. If you are not sure whether it is the part you want to convert to video, you can select it by hit the chapter name and then hit the preview button below the preview windows to check it.
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Step4: If you don’t want the entire split chapter, you can cut the duration you need only, this is also true with clipping the entire DVD movie.
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Step5: Hit the convert button to start Converting.

Section 2 Merge DVD
To merge different split chapters into one video, you also need to insert the DVD to DVD Rom, launch the DVD Riper and load the entire DVD through clicking “DVD Rom” or “DVD Folder”.
The following steps are what different from splitting DVD movie.
1.Select two or more chapters to merge, or there is no necessary to tick the option of Merge into one file.
2.Tick the checkbox of “Merge into one file” and hit the “Convert” button to convert them to one video.
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  Karoline 08:44 27 Apr 2009

Try to use Fx Movie Splitter and Trimmer. It's good and lightweight CD Ripper.

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