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03 Jan 2011  

Windows 7 Ultimate x86

No need to use Vdub on that but if you use it, the process is identical to the movie maker way of handling stuff like that:
Load a copy of your movie in the movie maker, delete everything (except for the first clip you want to keep and save that. Now do that again until you have your 5 (or so ) clips

While VD has the advantage that you don't have to re-encode the material (just set Video and Audio to Direct Stream Copy) and don't forget to cut on Keyframes only (use the yellow/golden keys to navigate to the final cut points
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