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# 36550 28-Jun-2009 00:42
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It's still out on beta only, but the new VideoReDo can edit up Freeview|HD video.

Works a treat on stuff from TV3 with AC3 audio, will still do the other ones too, but it's not quite so straight forward.  The AAC-LATM audio is a right PITA to be honest.

Will post more later, but things are looking promising

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  # 228920 28-Jun-2009 12:58
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doesn't the old version do tv3 anyway. i thought i'd played successfully with that.




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  # 228969 28-Jun-2009 16:27
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it doesn't read MPEG4 until this new version.

 
 
 
 


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  # 229158 29-Jun-2009 11:40
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allstarnz: Works a treat on stuff from TV3 with AC3 audio, will still do the other ones too, but it's not quite so straight forward.  The AAC-LATM audio is a right PITA to be honest.

It would be good to hear more about your experiences editing Freeview|HD material with AAC-LATM audio when you have had some more time using the new VideoReDo



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  # 229383 29-Jun-2009 22:32
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hmm, seems after having more of a play, you can't just edit the AAC-LATM stuff out of the box yet :( I guess i'll try and see if this is on the plan.

Will carry on experimenting.



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  # 229461 30-Jun-2009 09:57
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right, i can now get it to work with AAC-LATM audio. If i change the audio encoding type to MPEG Layer 2 it will work perfectly, if I leave it as automatic or anything else it'll fail.



Getting some tips on how to recode this and i'll be on fire

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  # 230909 4-Jul-2009 00:55
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Do you mean alpha version? I just downloaded the newest beta and am still getting "H.264/AVC video streams are not yet supported."

On the forums they were calling for alpha testers, but they said they have closed it for now. Anyone care the shed some light?

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allstarnz: hmm, seems after having more of a play, you can't just edit the AAC-LATM stuff out of the box yet :( I guess i'll try and see if this is on the plan.



Will carry on experimenting.


I am one of the alpha testers (csy), and this was a bug in the first couple of alpha releases, now fixed in the current alpha release.

I can now edit H.264 content from all Freeview|HD channels :)



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  # 240295 29-Jul-2009 20:31
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can't say too much more.... but some real progress being made, by the time this goes public, hopefully something quite solid will be on offer.

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  # 240719 30-Jul-2009 19:26
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hmm hanging out for this.. or for W7 to support converting it to DVD.







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