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||ChapterGrabber will extract chapter times from DVD, HD DVD and Blu-ray discs and combine them with chapter names from the internet. It produces chapter text that are useful when muxing ogg media and mkv matroska files. It is particularly useful for those who like to convert their movies to a portable format for on the go watching. Requires .NET 3.5 Framework.
5.4 (February 17, 2013)
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Works surprisingly well. Easily pulled titles from IFO.
Search function does not work, however.
Tried it with Master and Commander and it retrieved the chapter names OK.
Excellent little app for extracting chapters from DVDs. No problem extracting chapter times. Nice interface. Copying names from clipboard is surprisingly useful. Reduced functionality because while it offers searches for chapter names by film title, the searches do not return results.
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