How to Remove Unwanted Footage From DVD Movie Without Re-Encoding?

In this guide I will show you how to use Womble EasyDVD to delete unwanted footage from a DVD movie and then burn it back without any video quality loss. Womble EasyDVD is an excellent tool for small DVD edits or to author a new DVD from existing DVD footage, without the need for any re-encoding. So you don’t have to wait to re-encode the whole movie and suffer the heavy quality loss for every little cut that is made.

Womble EasyDVD is not freeware, but don’t worry because you can try it for a month, without any limitations(no watermark, no function disabled or crippled). You can free download it on my site(check the link below the article body). Just install and run it so we can move on with the guide here.

Now transfer your DVD into your hard drive and insert the blank DVD disc into the drive.

Step1. Run Womble EasyDVD. First we need to create a new DVD project. To do this, click “New” button in the Start stage, we will be forwarded to the Source stage.

Step2. The Source stage is where you can add in your input video files, perform some basic editing if needed, and create chapter points.

Here we click the top “Add” button in Movie Manager(the upper left window), check “Open DVD folder” in the pop-up Open window, then browse to DVD file folder and click Open.

Then the DVD reader window pops up and you will see all the titles and chapters. Select the title you want to edit and click OK(Note that if there are more than one main movie titles in DVD reader, you can select the first main movie title, click OK and load the first main movie into EasyDVD as Movie 1, then you can click the top “Add” button again and add the second main movie title into EasyDVD as Movie 2, you can repeat the steps to load more DVD movies.)

Then the DVD movie title will be loaded into Womble EasyDVD keeping the original chapter structure, a movie reel icon named Movie 1 is added in Movie Manager window to represent the movie. You can change the default Movie name(Movie 1) into the real one by selecting “Edit label” in the context menu(or press ‘F2′ on the keyboard).

Now select the movie clip in the Clip Manage, drag the sliderbar and preview movie in the right video preview window.

Drag the slidebar and preview the movie, press the Mark in button (or press ‘I’ on the keyboard) when finding the beginning of the unwanted scenes, and press the Mark out button (or press ‘O’ on the keyboard) when finding the end of unwanted scenes. You can use the mouse scroll wheel or arrow keys to step forward or backward to get the exact frame. Since we have marked the segment to be deleted, now we press the Cut button to remove the marked segment.

Note here you can press “M” on the keyboard to add a chapter point wherever you want.

Step3. Now we go to Menu stage to add menus for the DVD.

To quickly add menu for your movie, you can select a ready menu template from the menu template list. And then you can change the background to your personal photo, add an intro video before the menu shows, reset the menu button style and so on. Here I will just use the first menu template from the list. While Womble EasyDVD will do its best to detect whether your source is PAL or NTSC, you should check to make sure that the right settings are selected here.

Step4. When you’re done with the menu, go to Preview stage. Here you can do a final check on the menu design before outputting a DVD folder.

Step 5. When you are ready to export the DVD project, click Output at the top buttons. Note at the bottom of the window there is a project encode map – the blue area shows the part of the video that won’t need re-encoding (stream copy), the red areas is the parts that need to be re-encoded. We will export the DVD without re-encoding.

Once all that’s done, click on the “Start” button to start the authoring process and sit back and wait.

Step 6. After finishing the export, you can preview the exported DVD folder using a DVD player software such as WinDVD or PowerDVD. If everything worked great, then you can click Burn at the top buttons to enter the final step of your DVD project workflow.

In the Burn stage, change the folder path to where you outputted your DVD files (should be selected automatically for you), and then choose your DVD burner(You may also choose to output to an ISO file for later burning) and then click on the Burn button to start burning your DVD video to a DVD disc.


Let’s Go To The Movies

The movie was given a four star rating and my excitement at seeing it grew as I sat in the huge theater anticipating the beginning of the show. I loved the heroes and anticipated the destruction of the villains. I enjoyed the lavish scenery and loved it when evil was defeated so that justice could reign supreme. It was a typical multi-million dollar blockbuster movie that millions around the world were anxious to see.

The movie began with a beautiful bull calf, made from gold, elevated on a pedestal above a magnificently decorated alter for all the people to see. The camera panned out and showed an evil king dressed in his royal robes standing majestically before the alter surrounded by priests dancing in pagan worship. Together they offered a sacrifice to the bull. The movie picture widened again and suddenly a man in white robs appeared before them, denouncing the alter while raising his arms high into the air.

Quickly the movie scene changed with the camera picturing the sky. The once sunny clear day quickly changed filling the sky with black ominous rain clouds. A bolt of lightning cracked from the center of a particularly dark cloud with a loud earth scattering boom. It struck the alter and split it into two pieces pouring the sacrifice onto the ground.

I loved to go to the movies because it can capture your thinking and take you to places in the world that you only dreamed of going. The elaborate production reveals the lives of other cultures and spurs your mind to think beyond the realms of your own world.

I was so excited to see this movie because it was different from all other movies made up by the script writers, because it depicted a real life story. The special effects were not only spectacular but they illustrated what it was like during the times that this ancient history took place. It was an elaborate production that had a revelation element in it. A truth that could only be taught from the experiences the people went through depicting their time.

The scene changed and the movie quieted as the prophet began to speak words from the Almighty God! His voice echoed through the theater shaking our seats and filling the speakers with the sound of a deafening voice. I felt like I was right in the room with them instead of watching it at the theater.

1 Kings 13:2, “Following the Lord’s command, the prophet denounced the altar: ‘O altar, altar, this is what the Lord says: A child, whose name will be Josiah, will be born to the family of David. He will slaughter on you the priests serving at the pagan altars who offer sacrifices on you, and he will burn human bones on you.'”

1 Kings 13: 4-6, “When King Jeroboam heard this, he pointed at him and ordered, ‘Seize that man!’ At once the king’s arm became paralyzed so that he couldn’t pull it back. The altar suddenly fell apart and the ashes spilled to the ground, as the prophet had predicted in the name of the Lord. King Jeroboam said to the prophet, ‘Please pray for me to the Lord your God, and ask him to heal my arm!’

The prophet prayed to the Lord, and the king’s arm was healed.”

Many years passed with the death of the evil king and many subsequent generations of kings. Then the movie depicted the life of an eight year old boy dressed in royal robes. His name was Josiah. He had just been crowned king over Judah. He was a handsome and good child with eyes that shone as brightly as the sun as he eagerly listened to the teachings of the elders of Israel and applied everything he learned as he ruled the land of Judah with integrity.

2 Chronicles 34: 3-5, “In the eighth year that Josiah was king, while he was still very young, he began to worship the God of his ancestor King David. Four years later he began to destroy the pagan places of worship, the symbols of the goddess Asherah, and all the other idols. Under his direction his men smashed the altars where Baal was worshiped and tore down the incense altars near them. They ground to dust the images of Asherah and all the other idols and then scattered the dust on the graves of the people who had sacrificed to them. He burned the bones of the pagan priests on the altars where they had worshiped. By doing all this, he made Judah and Jerusalem ritually clean again.”

The child had grown to a tall dignified young man dressed in splendid red and purple royal robes with a gold crown on his head. His demeanor emanated with assurance over his ability to discern the difference between right and wrong for the kingdom of Israel. He looked down from his royal throne smiling as he commanded three men to repair the temple of the Lord to the former glory of Solomon’s temple, a previous king who had dedicated himself to God and blessed the nation through him.

The men quickly employed a team of thoroughly honest workman and craftsmen. As the work proceeded with the temple being restored to its former glory within the rubble of the crumbling temple a book was found. A rule book with the Laws of Moses written to guide the people on how to live a good and honest life before God.

Josiah listened to the words written in the lost laws of the Bible and realized that they haven’t been following the rules to the game of life. The life game that reveals the difference between good and evil. A Spiritual game that reveals the hatred of Satan and his demon angels against all people who are determined to follow God.

He realized that they were worshiping God just like the pagans worshiped their gods. They needed to change their ways immediately and follow the law in complete obedience. Following God’s laws would not only make them an example to the world of what is right, but it would bring rich blessings into their lives. In anguish Josiah torn his clothes and poured ashes on his head in humble submission to God.

The story painted by the directors with the help of the special effects team and the words written from the movie script suddenly made the entire audience sit on the edge of their seats. We were all captivated by the story of Josiah. We all wanted the words of this new found Law to be practiced by his country so they would find favor with God.

I felt my own thoughts change as I quickly analyzed the scene and applied it to my own life. Was I following God correctly? Had I been led astray to worship God like the world worships false gods?

The scene in the movie once again changed with King Josiah receiving a message from a woman prophet of the Lord God. As the woman began her message, we were flash forwarded to a city filled with devastation and decay, lifeless people, depicting a gruesome future of a scattered kingdom that had deserted God to live their lives like the world.

2 Kings 22: 18-20, “As for the king himself, this is what I, the Lord God of Israel, say: You listened to what is written in the book, and you repented and humbled yourself before me, tearing your clothes and weeping, when you heard how I threatened to punish Jerusalem and its people. I will make it a terrifying sight, a place whose name people will use as a curse. But I have heard your prayer, and the punishment which I am going to bring on Jerusalem will not come until after your death. I will let you die in peace.”

Flashing back to King Josiah, the epic movie ended with the entire nation of Judah listening to the words of the Law and applying them to their lives. The scene was serene, peaceful and completely beautiful. The music signifying the end of the show quieted and the audience thundered an applaud that you could hear outside of the theater. As they left their seats, everyone was moved and each thought about how this movie would change their own life.

Real life stories are the best movies. They open up your mind and make you think differently about your own life. They have the ability to teach you about a truth that you would never have known if you hadn’t seen it on the big screen. A good movie can reach into the hearts of men and help them to decide to change for the better.

God changes lives. He can lead you on an adventure in life that will open your mind to right and wrong. He is a great teacher and a friend to all who are willing to surrender their lives to Him. Dedicate yourself to God and you will defeat the evil that will try to defeat you in the world.

An Adult Video That Should Be Made – A Four-Scene Approach to Giving Her Clitoral Orgasms – No Touch

Some of the sexiest, hottest films and videos of all time feature sex scenes with no sex. Check out four scenes featuring clitoral orgasms without touching the woman at all!

This is because the writer, director, and producer have chosen to use the imagination to create scenes that will stay in the viewer’s head for years and years. These scenes are indelibly imprinted in the brain – the largest sex organ of the body.

If I were the director or writer, here are the four scenes I’d put in a movie.

Scene One. It opens, showing a man kissing a woman with a powerful, hot kiss. The guy asks the woman if she’s ready for something really, hot, imaginative, and amazing. She responds that she is ready. He asks her to go to work in her law firm with no underclothes. He also picks out the clothes that she must wear to work. Since she has a meeting of the partners and has to appear in court for an important case, she wonders if this is the day to do this.

She puts on the white shirt, not see-through but fairly sheer. She also slides on her dress and leaves her panties in the drawer. Since she has very large breasts, high and with prominent nipples, she wonders how this will go with her partners and the judge.

She goes to the meeting and gets some interesting looks. In court, the judge raises his glasses and peers down at her dress and shirt, but thinks maybe he shouldn’t say anything right then.

She is feeling powerful, sexy, and wet!

Scene Two. Her guy calls her at noon and gives her another assignment. He tells her that she must invite some guy, a stranger to go down on her. She must do that before she gets home at 5 o’clock. Obviously, the partner’s meeting won’t be the place to do that, nor the court. As she walks the final block to court, she sees a guy leering at her shirt, and what’s under her shirt.

She walks up to him and asks him if likes what he says. He nods, stunned, that she would be that brazen. Next she asks him if he’d like to take her shirt off. Numbly, he shakes his head up and down. Next, she asks him if he’d like to take her skirt off and see that she has no panties. He cannot even move. His eyes just stare. Then, she asks if he’d love to go down on her. He is shaking and almost collapses. Before he answers, she rapidly moves away.

She is shaking, so wet, and starting to convulse. She gathers herself and goes to court. All day, she is wracked with a sexual fever, wet, and unable to touch herself. Several times she seems on the verge of release.

Scene Three. She arrives home and she tells him how wet and excited she is. He tells her the next assignment is to go to a bar. She takes a shower, but wears the same outfit. At the bar, he tells her that she is to tell him the sexiest and naughtiest thing she has ever done. She goes through the escapade, blow by blow, and they are both shaking, excited, and ready for action.

Scene Four. They go to another bar and sit down. He now tells us what he is going to do to her, step by step when they get home. He will play with her ears, and push his long tongue inside. He then will cup her firm breasts and pull on the nipples. Then, he is going to give her a powerful, hot kiss. Next, he will take off her wet skirt and give her the kiss she wants – right between her legs.

She starts to sweat, convulse, and then shake. She has a full clitoral orgasm right in the bar. Several guys look at her, but she doesn’t care. She’s worked hard for this all day and she’s going to enjoy it.

The moral of the story is – excite the brain and you excite the body.

Habu to Genkotsu: Japanese Movie Magic Thailand Style

In May of 2005, Kurokoboshi took time out of his Tokyo hustle to film a movie in Bang Pong, Thailand. The following is an excerpt from the American-ex-patriate-Tokyo-dweller’s thoughts on making movies in the hinterlands of Thailand.


I had the opportunity to act in a Japanese film entitled Habu to Genkotsu that was being shot in the Thailand countryside. It all started with a phone call from my friend Schon. He got an offer to do a movie in Thailand, but couldn’t take it. He wanted to know if I was interested. Always ready to add another chapter to my life’s story, I agreed. I had never been to Thailand. I had heard many stories about Thailand and experienced many situations vicariously through friends, and now it was time for me to share my experiences.

Before leaving I met the directors, producers, and writers of the film I was going to appear in. I was impressed by what I heard. The film is based on a true story about an Okinawan sansen (3 stringed guitar) player named Ryo and his experiences growing up in Okinawa in 1968. Ryo meets an American military solider named George, and they discover that they have more similarities than differences. The atmosphere of the film is heavily charged with discrimination and prejudice- Okinawans and Japanese (yes there is a difference-big difference in fact), US military and Japanese/Okinawans, officers and enlisted soldiers- and takes place with echoes of the civil rights movement lingering in the backdrop. I finished my gig on the Joint One Radio Show on Monday as the Kurokobushi and had three days before shooting to discover who this George was and time warp to 1968.

Day 1

I left my home at 7am for Narita Airport, just before the morning rush. I grabbed my last bite of Japanese food for two weeks, boarded Thai Airlines Flight #647 and arrived in Thailand. Airports can be very deceiving. They make you think everything is okay and then you enter the real world. Outside the airport I saw my first glimpse of Japanese capitalism, a Family Mart (convenience store) and add it to the American capitalism glimpse (KFC) I noted earlier. Paul (our driver) rolled up in a mega van and it was off to the hotel in Bang Pong, our filming location. Paul spoke a little English so I drilled him for some heads up Thai. We arrived at the hotel about two hours later and I had dinner with the actors. Everyone was great especially Shogen (who is playing the part of Ryo) and Mitsuki. The hotel room had HBO Asia, but I needed internet access to see if the Spurs won game 7.

Day 2

Got up early and went for a morning walk. Traffic in Thailand is like a free for all, with few lights and tons of scooters. I had breakfast in the hotel and in the afternoon went to one of the locations were the actors Mitsuki, Shogen, Ishida Eri, and Sai were filming. I couldn’t believe how much rural Thailand reminded me of my Grandma’s farm in South Carolina. Time has actually stopped in some places. I did the traditional aisatsu (Japanese greeting, bow and small talk) with the directors, and entire staff. Greetings are so important in Japan because it communicates humbleness and respect. Things are on a hierarchy scale so I had to give props to the big fish. I took care of my responsibilities.

Day 3

One of the film locations had really bad karma. In one room of the house, the owner kept helmets from dead soldiers of the Vietnam War. Needless to say, everyone filming in that room felt sick and kanashibari (feeling of being bound or held down, but you can’t see what’s holding you). I met our police protection, a definite necessity when you’re in rural Thailand. He was very helpful and even let cast members ride his motorcycle. Kai showed me where the internet café was, at last I could reconnect with the world and find out who won the NBA Championship. We stayed at the internet café for 3 hours and it cost 45 cents. And the Spurs won, life is good.

Day 5

I rehearsed my first scene with Shogen and the director really liked it. But there was one small problem, George smokes and I don’t. It’s funny because Shogen didn’t smoke before the movie either, but through out the day I see him smoking more and more. I practiced all night, trying to decide how George would hold his cigarette. Maybe old school like Billy Dee in Lady Sings the Blues, long drawn out puffs with that right mix of sophistication and class; or like Larenz Tate in Love Jones, where the cigarette never leaves the mouth. It just dangles like a conductor’s baton moving in sync with each word. No, I got it. Denzel Washington in Devil in Blue Dress, a southern pace, not too slow not too fast.

Day 7

We headed back to the hotel and everyone wanted to have lunch in the open market near our shooting location. This was my first time visiting an open market and I had no idea what to expect. My only images of open markets were of old school James Bond movies. Reality was a little different. Now, I consider myself to be a brave individual, but the open market was too much. I try to eat as little meat as possible and this situation was strictly unsanitary. Important note: I was a member of the fortunate few that did not have any major stomach pains during the trip. I passed on lunch and went in search of fruit. I found a fruit juice stand and ordered a watermelon juice (hold the flies and bees). Here’s another small piece of advice, watch the vendor. He put ajinomoto (MSG) in my fruit juice. Yes, there was also an incident at the hotel where they put salt in the orange juice. It’s best to ask before you order.

Day 8

It’s George’s debut and I’m up early to eat breakfast at the hotel. The staff was nice and they helped me with my Thai. Departure time was 10am. We were the 3rd out of 4 scenes being shot. When we arrived at the location, Ishida Eri was finishing up her scene and everyone was preparing for the second scene. I practiced my lines with Shogen and become George. It’s kind of weird, but all of the film crew call you by your character’s name, not your real name. We had lunch after the second scene and I prepared for my debut. The assistant director announced my appearance on the set. I felt like royalty. We did a couple of rehearsals and then it was time for honban (recording).

Day 11

Another sunrise in Thailand and a new challenge. This time 5 cast members and I are off to see the bridge over the river Kwaii, the bridge not the movie. I learned a lot about the Vietnam War and WWII during the trip. For the record, the place is an official tourist trap. The bridge was a little disappointing, but very scary. There are no sidewalks on the bridge, just railroad ties and track. People and trains are crossing the bridge at the same time. It’s survival of the fittest. As for the bridge itself, I was expecting something bigger, as a kid I visited the Royal Gorge, and have become familiar with Japan Rainbow Bridge and Bay Bridge in Japan. This was relatively small. Oddly enough, we never crossed the bridge; we took some pictures, saw some foreigners, bought some souvenirs, and prayed for peace.

Day 14

Time came for me to leave. Shooting had wrapped up and the production lights were turned off. The two weeks in Thailand went by too fast but I had a wonderful time. The people were friendly and scenery was fantastic. Thailand is a melting pot of different religions and the traffic is insane. Here’s a little bit of inside info from me to you. Bangkok’s real name is Krung Thep Maha Nakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthrayutthaya Maha Dilokphop Nophrarat Ratchathani Burir On Udom Batchaniwet Maha Sathan Amon Phiman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit. It means the city is large like the city of angels, the city houses the emerald Buddha and…

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