[mythtv-users] Save clips

Gary Dawes gary.dawes at gmail.com
Tue Oct 9 20:20:49 UTC 2007

Use the Edit facility, whilst watching a recording (E) to start creating a
cut list. just chop out the bits you don't want as if marking commercials,
and then use nuvexport to export the recordings, or I think the inbuilt
transcode will do it. I use nuexport, as it's way faster when uising ffmpeg,
and for me at least creates reliable xvid files, which I can play on various


On 09/10/2007, Craig Treleaven <ctreleaven at cogeco.ca> wrote:
> Hi:
> My wife and I watch some how-to shows (cooking, woodworking) and
> sometimes we would like to save parts of the show.  I think I see how
> to use transcode to set markers so that everything but the one bit of
> interest is deleted.
> What do I do if I want to save two or three bits out of one show;
> each into their own file?  I suspect the answer is to use an external
> app to edit the video file but it would be nice if there was a
> built-in way to do this with Myth.
> Craig
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