[mythtv-users] dumb question: how to cut off commercial having cutlist?

Mudit Wahal mwahal at gmail.com
Sun Jun 5 15:59:32 UTC 2005


I also have similar question, but relating to HD recordings.

I've recorded OTA programs in HD using the HD3000 card. I'd like to
keep the mpeg2-ts stream but edit the commercials. When I play the
file in myth, its doing commercial skipping. I dont have a cutlist
file per se (dont know how to create it).

Is there any program/scripts which will pull the comm. frame
information from the database, edit the mpeg2-ts stream, cut the
commercials and create a new mpeg2-ts file ?

I'd like to keep the final file also in the TS format, but just
without commercials. All the tools I've looked so far with work on
mpeg files produced by pvr-xxx models (nuvexport etc) or will
transcode the TS stream to divx (mythtranscode).

Thanks

Mudit

On 6/4/05, Paul Harvey <paul.l.harvey at gmail.com> wrote:
> If it is still an MPEG2 format, you should be able to use gopdit
> directly on the .nuv file.
> 
> On 6/4/05, Chris Petersen <lists at forevermore.net> wrote:
> > >    After having cutlist manually, how to actually cut it off to save
> > > space? I expect it is done without transcoding again and can be done in
> > > background automatically.
> >
> > while watching the show, press X
> >
> > this could have been answered with a quick search of the mailing list.
> >
> > Just remember that this will result in an mpeg4 or rtjpeg (depending on
> > how you have it set up) file, even if your original source was mpeg2.
> > If you want mpeg2 lossless cutting, check out nuvexport.
> >
> > -Chris
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