[mythtv-users] [OT] ProjectX user guide
aclose at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 13:15:32 EST 2005
On 11/22/05, Steve Adeff <adeffs at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday 22 November 2005 09:35, Nick Craig-Wood wrote:
> > On Sun, Nov 20, 2005 at 12:36:48PM -0500, Steve Adeff wrote:
> > > Once you have these set the next area of concern is the video display
> > > area. Underneath are some arrows (I don't have the program in front of me
> > > now, so I'm going by memory). The inner two are for moving one GOP frame
> > > at a time (the smallest jump you can make in an mpeg without
> > > transcoding), then next one is for a slightly larger jump, and then again
> > > a slighter larger jump, the furthest out ones are for jumping between
> > > cutpoint points.
> > I'll just add that there are keyboard shortcuts for moving round the
> > edit window. The cut window uses ->, SHIFT ->, CTRL -> and ALT -> for
> > skipping 1 frame, few seconds, ~ 15s, ~1 m - exactly what you need for
> > cutting commercials! (I had to read the source code to discover this
> > though ;-)
> > p, n jump previous and next cutpoint
> > Home, End go to start end of video.
> > > Cutpoints. Next to the arrows for jumping around in videos are a + and -
> > > for adding and removing cutpoints. Adding two cutpoints will turn the
> > > area in between green, any green area area will be processed and output.
> > > Multiple Green areas will be output in one final output file. The right
> > > side along the video has two tabs, one shows the cutpoint images and IIRC
> > > the other tab shows a list of the cutpoints. Here you can also save your
> > > cutpoints to a file for later use (or like if you realize you screwed up,
> > > instead of redoing all the cutpoints you can load the file and easily
> > > make changes).
> > My edit sessions go like this (all done with the keyboard), to add one
> > cut point.
> > ALT ->, ALT ->, ALT ->, ..., CTRL <-, CTRL <-, CTRL <-, ..., SHIFT ->,
> > SHIFT ->, SHIFT ->, ..., <-, <-, <- , ..., <-, ->, a
> awesome! I was wondering if there were shortcut keys for that! I assume "a"
> adds a cutpoint?
> Is there a way to have myth rescan a file after commercial cutting?
> If I could rename the original, cut commercials, save the output file as the
> original name and have Myth rescan the new mpeg I'd be a happy camper.
you could dump the new output in the /myth/video directory and then in
mythfrontend utilities go into your video manager and it should be
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