Cut out a clip of 5½ minutes

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Cut out a clip of 5½ minutes

Post by Gordo » Sat May 20, 2006 3:32 am

First of great program, I've used it alot.

But... I have a problem. I can't figure out how to cut out 5½ minutes of a 45 minutes VOB-file. I've tried the Time-option, but what is ms, and how can I calculate it into minutes/seconds?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Cut out a clip of 5½ minutes

Post by itspete » Sat May 20, 2006 12:42 pm

Gordo wrote:First of great program, I've used it alot.

But... I have a problem. I can't figure out how to cut out 5½ minutes of a 45 minutes VOB-file. I've tried the Time-option, but what is ms, and how can I calculate it into minutes/seconds?

Thanks in advance!

Hi.

I've just had a look and agree with you that this facility is not working
properly.
The START input will not take effect, and it seems that the Audio Delay
is not working at all.

Just to prove this out, try this on a film bigger than 3 minutes.
Start: 10000
End : 20000
Audio delay: 0

You will get about 9 seconds of film from the start of the film and not set
to your setting.
Try the same, as above but have the Audio Delay at 15000
It does not work. The delay, according to the setting should start about
4.5 seconds in, It does not work.

Hope this is fixed soon. It's a real nice feature.

All the best
Charles

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Post by stanley » Sat May 20, 2006 2:34 pm

Thanks for the detailed info which helped me to fix it!

PS: This bug only affect video transcoding.

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Post by Gordo » Sat May 20, 2006 4:47 pm

As itspete says, it's a really nice feature, and it'll be even better you change the ms to hours/minutes/seconds, cause I don't know what the ms-thing is :cry:

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Post by stanley » Sun May 21, 2006 1:34 pm

Gordo wrote:As itspete says, it's a really nice feature, and it'll be even better you change the ms to hours/minutes/seconds, cause I don't know what the ms-thing is :cry:
Ok, I'll change this.

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Post by stanley » Sun May 21, 2006 3:33 pm

Gordo wrote:As itspete says, it's a really nice feature, and it'll be even better you change the ms to hours/minutes/seconds, cause I don't know what the ms-thing is :cry:
I've improved the time tab.
Image

PS: Please note that the positioning function doesn't work for all files (only for files that support seeking).

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Post by itspete » Sun May 21, 2006 10:45 pm

stanley wrote:
Gordo wrote:As itspete says, it's a really nice feature, and it'll be even better you change the ms to hours/minutes/seconds, cause I don't know what the ms-thing is :cry:
I've improved the time tab.
Image

PS: Please note that the positioning function doesn't work for all files (only for files that support seeking).
Stanley.

With regards your PS at bottom of note.
What Video format will it NOT work on, you don't say.

Charles

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Post by stanley » Mon May 22, 2006 3:37 pm

To see if a file is seekable, play it, and press left/right arrow keys to see they work.

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