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Topic # 25582 26-Aug-2008 09:26
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Topic #22893 regarding .ts editing is now closed, but I have to ask this:

I used the plugin to edit .ts (recorded tv); When played back, all is good until you reach the "cut/join" point. From there, all is extremely pixelated and blocky, some parts of the screen are not "refreshed" for many seconds, is unwatchable, but the sound goes ahead undisturbed (of course, sound is edited). If I skip forward or back (but staying the same side of the cut/join point) the image fixes itself. Even the part previously unwatchable is now cristal clear. I repeat, as long as you do not play through a cut/join point. If you play through a cut point, the image is damaged again, so I have to skip a couple of seconds and all is good.

It does not fix itself if I let it run. I tried it. It goes bad for minutes after that. But all is good if I skip back right after the cut point.

Does anyone encounter the same behaviour with this plugin, please?
Looks like there is a codec problem. I just need to know if I am the only one...




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  Reply # 159828 26-Aug-2008 11:15
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Yes suffered exactly the same problem.  I have only tried it with HD content tho'.  For now I am just using it to cut the pre-record and post-record that I added.  I might have to give SD a go and see if it is codec specific.




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