[mythtv-users] Commercial cutting & DVD burning
williamsbyron at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 22:32:05 UTC 2005
The answer to this is, you didn't find it in the archives because it
doesn't exist. The copy to Windows is about the best answer I'v run
across, and I agree too much work so I haven't done it. The next
answer you'll get is the devs don't burn shows so they won't code it
because they don't want it. You'll also get and this one rightly so If
it is too much trouble for you to copy to a windows box and burn then
it is way too much trouble for someone else to code this for you.
I'm just repeating most of the things you'll hear based on old posts.
I'd like this to be easy, but it seems the editing is not an easy task
to keep sound in sync. The last few days have had a few good step by
steps, but they are still pretty drawn out. I'm waiting for a while to
get a DL burner until I have time to work on this particular problem
myself or someone else comes up with a good answer.
Sorry, but I think you are out of luck,
On Fri, 04 Mar 2005 14:19:42 -0800, Praveen Shenoy <pshenoy2 at comcast.net> wrote:
> After spending a few hours digging thru the archives on this topic, I
> still didn't find any discussion that had concise steps to cutting
> commercials and burning dvd. I am sure people out there are doing this.
> I have a PVR-350 and I want to burn the movies I record to a dvd after
> cutting the commercials. I don't want to lose any quality. I want the
> resulting mpeg after cutting the commercials to be still mpeg-2 and not
> mpeg-4. I can copy the file to windows and use pinnacle studio or
> something like that to dtect scenes and then edit out the commercials,
> but that is too much work and takes time. I don't much time to spare on
> this given that we have a 1 year old who keeps us busy and then work
> too. I would appreciate if anybody out there is already doing this and
> share a mini-howto of cutting commercials out of the mpeg2 files output
> by the pvr-350 and then burning them to a dvd.
> Thanks in advance
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