[mythtv-users] [OT] ProjectX user guide

Milo search.lists at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 14:11:27 EST 2005

On 11/22/05, Tom Lichti <tom at redpepperracing.com> wrote:
> Steve Adeff wrote:
> >>>> 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
> >>> rescanned.
> >>>
> >
> > project X is PERFECT for what your looking for. It is *meticulous* in keeping
> > video and audio output time synced. As well it runs wonderfuly from CLI (at
> > least it does on my system).
> >
> > Steve
> >
> I could never get Project X to work right on my system. And now it
> doesn't matter, because the latest SVN mythtranscode does that anyway.
> It can cut commercials, keep audio/video in sync (and fix some sync
> issues if the exist) and leave the original format in tact, minus the
> commercials. It's almost at the 'holy grail' stage for me. Check the
> trac commits for mythtranscode, and/or the myth-dev list for mpeg2fix or
> mythtranscode from the last 2 weeks.
> Tom

Unfortunately my files are not in nuv format, I'm not sure if that is
a requirement for mythtranscode.  I'm just doing cat /dev/video > file
to digitize some vhs tapes ...  so now I need an edit tool.  Will look
further into mythtranscode though.


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