[mythtv-users] Re: Getting good audio sync in nuvexport/transcodings w/cutlist?

Paul Andreassen paulx at andreassen.com.au
Sat Jun 4 06:47:15 UTC 2005

On Fri, 3 Jun 2005 11:54 pm, Cory Papenfuss wrote:
>  	Yeah, wouldn't that be nice.... :)  The "perfect" way it would
> work would be what you describe... lossless/bugless MPEG2 cutting of the
> original stream in the mythtv database.  No point in wasting space storing
> commercials if it's going to be on the box for awhile.  They way it is
> now, however, it's an all or nothing thing.  If you want to save space,
> you *MUST* transcode and store in MPEG4.  Not acceptable for me, I'm
> afraid... I make settop-playable DVD's of lots of my captures.
>  	Ideally, the lossless cutting could become the "commercial-free
> master" and live within mythtv.  From that, one could export MPEG4's, or
> denoise and size/bitrate reduce MPEG2's without losing the master.

Hi Cory,

Whats wrong with GOPchop or GOPDIT?  

I haven't tried them but they sound like what I want.  The FAQ 
(http://gopchop.org/faq.php) explains the differences between them and also  


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