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You can't. MPEG's with titles can not be separated into titles and footage. You need the original footage for that.
> but would the bulk of the project suffer noticably from rerendering the already compressed MPEG2 material?
>did not keep the source material and prproj file.
From Harm's reply, I guess I didn't make one question in my plea clear. Forget the reference to "title" footage, is there a utility that will modify an m2v file to remove a selected number of video frames at one (front) end? I realize one or two compression cycles would have to be redone and would suffer. Second question, could such a utility replace the removed frames with a new m2v segment? To do the compression at the "splice" there would need to be overlap and again the quality of that splice region would suffer a bit, but the rest of the m2v would be in "new" condition. For what its worth, my original m2v was done with CBR encoding and I have several still frame segments of a second or more which should be OK for the splice, if it is possible at all.
Thanks for your constructive comment, Jim.
>Thanks for your constructive comment, Jim.
It actually was intended to be one. If you've learned something about archiving projects and media, my point is well made.
To answer your question, try Premiere Elements or Movie Edit Pro from Magix. It's my understanding they can do the job you seek.