[mythtv] Splicing part of one recording into another
Joseph A. Caputo
jcaputo1 at comcast.net
Tue Oct 7 11:35:10 EDT 2003
On Tuesday 07 October 2003 05:20 am, Cecil Watson wrote:
> Michael Anthon wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > I've been using MythTV now for a few weeks and I am now attempting to
> > export some stuff to VCD or SVCD to entertain my children with. Been
> > having all sorts of dramas figuring that out... but that's another story.
> > I've come across a problem with a few of the recording I wish to
> > export. This occurs when there are 2 shows to be recorded that follow
> > each other on the same channel (only one tuner card). Obviously what
> > happens in this scenario is that the end of the first show ends up
> > being recorded at the start of the second show .
> > First if all, can anyone suggest a linux tool I could use to do this
> > splicing manually after exporting to mpeg? The only programs I can
> > find that do this type of editing seem to work only with DV streams.
> Give avidemux(http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/) a shot, it can
> recognize MythTV's .nuv. I'd suggest loading the first file cut out the
> commercials and save as MPEG. Load the second, cut out what you don't
> need and save what you do. Combine the two MPEGs and create your S/VCD.
Will avidemux deal with the new Myth .nuv format? (i.e., have they kept their
Myth support up-to-date with the Myth .nuv format changes?) The last time I
tried avidemux was back when the patch for MPlayer also worked.
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