[mythtv-users] Cutting commercials without expensive transcod ing
Boyd II, Willy
wboyd at fulbright.com
Fri Mar 12 15:03:10 EST 2004
>From: Ray Olszewski [mailto:ray at comarre.com]
>Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 12:27 PM
>To: mythtv-users at mythtv.org
>Subject: RE: [mythtv-users] Cutting commercials without
> but in fact I don't know of any actual software (I've only
>looked for Open Source/free software) that will do it ... I'm
>to patent issues, but I really do not know why no one offers
>the ability to
>keyframe edit MPEG2.
avidemux2 is one such Open Source software which can keyframe edit MPEG2.
Note that the previous poster said it took 48 minutes to cut *and transcode
for SVCD* a half hour show. That transcode is optional.
>I did find a reference to a shareware (Windows) product called
>Its description say the following:
>"No re-encoding when editing DVD-compliant MPEG2 captures from
>USB/DVD capture boxes. When using these sources to create a
>movie for DVD
>burning, you will not have to wait for many hours while your movie is
>re-encoded. Instead, your edited video will be written back to
>disk as fast
>as any disk-to-disk copy operation."
>See http://www.womble.com/products.htm for more details. But a
>$US 70, it
>is not a cheap solution.
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