[mythtv-users] Video Editing HELP! (COMPLETE noobie)

belcampo belcampo at zonnet.nl
Wed Jun 3 23:11:29 UTC 2009

Nick Rout wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 12:40 AM, barbex <barbex at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> So I loaded avidemux last night and gave IT a shot.  "Better" is a phrase
>>> that comes to mind, at least it's easy enough to use.  Getting rid of
>>> commercials was pretty easy after indexing, and saving instead of a 12 - 15
>>> hour process was about 30 minutes...
>>> That's about as best as I can say.  The video STILL doesn't work, it now
>>> looks like it's playing on x2 and there's still no sound.  I've tried AVI
>>> and mpeg video saving routines, all a no go.
>> I was going to suggest avidemux as the only program I could find that
>> made any sense to me. And I have successfully cut videos from mpeg
>> files that mythtv recorded into new mpeg files. I remember that I had
>> to pay attention to Transport Stream (TS) versus PS whatever stream
>> and it failed on some files because of errors in the recording. There
>> is some information here:
>> http://avidemux.org/admWiki/index.php?title=Editing_MPEG_capture_(DVB_or_IVTV)
>> about that problem. So far nuv-files have stumped me but only because
>> I got scared of ProjectX.
>> ProjectX seems to be the solution to all and everything when it comes
>> to video and repairing them. I am by no means an expert in this but I
>> would try that next.
> I find dvbcut http://dvbcut.sourceforge.net/ to be very good at
> cutting DVB material frame accurate before encoding with avidemux.
Where can I read "frame accurate" cutting ?
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