[mythtv-users] what are you using to edit commericals from a
Jeff "Muddy" Waters
mythtv at muddysmind.com
Fri Jan 2 00:18:14 EST 2004
On Thu, 2004-01-01 at 23:22, James L. Paul wrote:
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> > Hi all,
> > I'm at the end of my rope here, and could really use some advice.
> > I've got my pvr-250 running on my server now as my capture card for
> > my mythtv backend.
> > I used to take my captures when I did them on my bt878 card and edit
> > them with avidemux and save it to an svcd. Worked fantastic.
> I use avidemux2. Works just fine. So does avidemux, I hear. You need a version
> more recent than the end of October, if I remember, that's when they patched
> it to properly handle the PVR250 flavor of MPEG.
> > Now every format I've tried with the pvr-250 is out of synch when I open
> > it with avidemux. I can play them just fine with mplayer, in windows on
> > windvd and windoze media player. However avidemux the audio lags behind
> > the video.
> I have zero sync problems with avidemux2 2.0.18. I use it often.
> > I've tried every thing I can think of and nothing works.
> > What are you all editing out commercials with and the like??
> > perplexed,
> > Jeff
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I just posted about this in the ivtv-dev list but I found the only and I
mean the only way for me to get a video that is not out of sync is to
record in 640x480 resolution.
So for now I'm going to have to resize when I make my edits in
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