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  Topic: Trimming/Splitting clips
NCF

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PostForum: Editing   Posted: Wed 7 May 2003, 0:36   Subject: Trimming/Splitting clips
Well, I'm quite sure TMPGEnc has a built-in decoder to play the MPEG-2 files in the "MPEG Tools" section.

The ATI codec, if it exists, must be buried inside their applications. I could not locate t ...
  Topic: Trimming/Splitting clips
NCF

Replies: 7
Views: 17156

PostForum: Editing   Posted: Sat 3 May 2003, 14:01   Subject: Trimming/Splitting clips
I thought the license was required only for encoding. I read the terms of licensing some time ago and I recall some weird rules. For example, after you encode your main footage, you are allowed to enc ...
  Topic: Trimming/Splitting clips
NCF

Replies: 7
Views: 17156

PostForum: Editing   Posted: Fri 2 May 2003, 3:22   Subject: Trimming/Splitting clips
I guess you're right. I've been playing around with TMPGEnc Plus and M2 Edit Pro 5 and they both allow me to split and trim my clips with no pain. Maybe the Adobe PremiƩre 6.5 was misconfigured when ...
  Topic: Trimming/Splitting clips
NCF

Replies: 7
Views: 17156

PostForum: Editing   Posted: Sun 27 Apr 2003, 20:45   Subject: Trimming/Splitting clips
Hi,

I'm looking for some software that could split my footage automatically based on some sort of scene detection. My footage is already in MPEG-2 with 720 x 480 and audio PCM 44100 stereo (a littl ...
 
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