Ripping DVD to individual clips using optical scene detection

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      I have a box of DVDs that are of football games. Each game has about 150 plays. I am looking for some way to rip the DVD into 150 separate files (.mov, .avi, .mp4) using some type of automatic OPTICAL SCENE DETECTION. These are homemade DVDs – no copy protection of any kind.

      Any ideas? And yes, Handbrake is great – we use it now, but then we must use a separate piece of software to manually mark the beginning and ending of each play. That takes up A LOT of time.

      Thanks for your thoughts!

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