How to remove commercials from MPEG files without re-encoding?

December 16, 2009 by   Filed under Video editing

You may want to do away with those annoying advertisements in between your favorite recorded TV shows or explicit scenes in a movie not suitable for family viewing. The following three guides will show you how to remove commercials or other unwanted scenes from MPEG files without hampering the audio or video quality. If your video is other format,  like AVI, ASF, RMVB, WMV etc., you can follow guide 2 to delete ads or unwanted footage which will need re-encoding your video.

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How to convert DVD movie to AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, MOV, FLV, etc?

December 13, 2009 by   Filed under DVD ripping

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So you have a great DVDs which is amazingly convenient for watching the movie on a TV. Now you want to rip the movie from the disc and email it around so everyone could watch the clip on their PC.

But you might already know that DVD files, even non-encrypted ones like those created by a camcorder, are stored in a proprietary format. Size is another concern: The three-minute video clip was 150MB large, much too big to email around or for web use. Continue reading

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