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Topic # 87056 18-Jul-2011 19:50
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i have a video from tv 3 i need to edit what would you recommend i use i tried VideoReDo TVSuite V4 but after the first 5sec of any video i edit it will pixalte :(

so what app would be good?

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  Reply # 495038 18-Jul-2011 22:05
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Not tried it but my first attempt for something simple would be VLC.

View -> Advanced will display a record button which will drop an MP4 in your my documents folder. Designed only for short clips obviously, but you can stitch them together later if needed.

The same open source team are working on a non-linear editor, that is at version 0.1.0 or something at the moment, so expect to work through some issues.

VLC tend to add new functionality by the bucket load and break one or two things as they go, but, in general the development team is responsive to polite questions about functionality, and reports of trouble on the VLC forum.

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  Reply # 495047 18-Jul-2011 22:28
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what do you want to do? a simple cut? something more complex like cut + join several segments?

i think that VideoReDo & TMPGEnc are pretty popular for a commercial options.

there are a few free tools out there too, but some are better than others and sometimes its 'cheaper' to just buy one that works :)




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  Reply # 495059 18-Jul-2011 23:12
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Cypheros TSDoctor works quite well.
Worth paying for it too IMO.

http://www.cypheros.de/tsdoctor_e.html

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  Reply # 495094 19-Jul-2011 07:36
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check out TSMuxer




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  Reply # 495133 19-Jul-2011 09:20
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mrbig: i have a video from tv 3 i need to edit what would you recommend i use i tried VideoReDo TVSuite V4 but after the first 5sec of any video i edit it will pixalte :(

so what app would be good?


Sounds like you have a software problem or your original recording is faulty. Are you using the Trial version or have you bought the full version?
Try uninstalling and reinstalling.
I have used VideoReDo for sometime now and find it excellent. Latest version will even create DVD now with recordings from NZ Freeview.
I've never experienced the problem you report although two of my recent edits don't have any sound when played via Windows Media Player or VLC but are OK when played with WinTV and my AC Ryan Media Player. Still trying to figure that out.



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  Reply # 495157 19-Jul-2011 10:14
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gzt: Not tried it but my first attempt for something simple would be VLC.

View -> Advanced will display a record button which will drop an MP4 in your my documents folder. Designed only for short clips obviously, but you can stitch them together later if needed.

The same open source team are working on a non-linear editor, that is at version 0.1.0 or something at the moment, so expect to work through some issues.

VLC tend to add new functionality by the bucket load and break one or two things as they go, but, in general the development team is responsive to polite questions about functionality, and reports of trouble on the VLC forum.


thanks but vlc edit app dose nothing just opens the video

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