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DVD splitting and re-menuing without re-encoding?

DVD splitting, compiling and menuing without re-encoding? I have some concert dvds I want to chop up and compile onto one dvd with no generational quality loss. Plus menu it.

Does anybody know a program (preferably free)?

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Nod to VideoReDo

Sorry but what free stuff is there for this?

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DVD Ripper

Aneesoft DVD Ripper is best choice.
In my opinion,I think free ones always don't works so well as professional ones.
I think this tool will meet your needs,though there are many software exists on the market,but I also like this tool.
Hope this can help you.

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