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My buddy that plays professional baskteball overseas needs to just get a certain stretch of time burned to a DVD so he can send it out to a team in northern Germany. What is the I need to go from about the fourth chapter on the disc he gave me (16-18 minutes in) to the ninth chapter in (about 45 minutes in). What is the easiest way to accomplish this? I tried opening the disc up in DVD Shrink, but that didn't help me. And I don't know how to edit the VOB or anything like that.

And I kinda need to get this done today.



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I don't have the specifics but you can probably find them there if the site still exists.




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DVD Shrink was not meant to rip select parts of DVDs. However, you should use this program to select and rip sections of your DVD.
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It looks like Inskscape does not support Illustrator files, but you may still want to check it out. It does open svg files, so maybe you can save the file in that format and then open it?
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