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Topic # 46500 7-Nov-2009 09:46
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looking for any app that will edit h.264 i use now h.264 cutter and it very very good but i wanted to know if there is other apps please please thanks

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  Reply # 271458 9-Nov-2009 22:11
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as has been said before, when it goes off beta, VideoReDo TV Suite will support h264 files.. But it's not available for the public yet

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  Reply # 271471 9-Nov-2009 22:58
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Simple cutting -> saving apps: TS Doctor and Handbrake?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 271521 10-Nov-2009 08:43
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allstarnz: as has been said before, when it goes off beta, VideoReDo TV Suite will support h264 files.. But it's not available for the public yet


Any word yet on when that might be?

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  Reply # 271856 10-Nov-2009 21:53
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Mattv:
allstarnz: as has been said before, when it goes off beta, VideoReDo TV Suite will support h264 files.. But it's not available for the public yet


Any word yet on when that might be?


good question, I honestly have no idea.  Not much has been disclosed.

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  Reply # 272227 12-Nov-2009 02:08
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handbrake works really well i use it all the time




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