[MPlayer-users] Merging/manipulating video streams
nsabbi at libero.it
Wed Mar 19 11:09:55 CET 2003
19/03/2003 0.02.08, gabor <gabor at z10n.net> wrote:
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>On Tue, 2003-03-18 at 23:47, Jindrich Makovicka wrote:
>> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
>> Vladimir Niksic wrote:
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>> >I have an Mpeg2 file from satellite broadcast. I'd like to remove the
>> >commercials and encode it to divx. I know I can use mencoder's -ss and
>> >-endpos to split the final AVI into several files and get rid of the
>> >commercial, but I don't know how to merge the pre- and post-commercial
>> >sections back into one AVI. I tried the recommended trick of using cat
>> >*.avi | mencoder -ovc copy -oac copy -o merged.avi -forceidx, but it
>> >didn't work -- there's a noticable A/V desync after the part where the
>> >second file begins. I also tried using transcode's avimerge, but with it
>> >the desync is even worse. Does anyone know of a utility that allows one
>> >to merge AVI files, or even better, to manipulate (dissect and merge)
>> >MPEG2 files? Linux would be preferred, but Windows will also do if it
>> >can't be done under Linux.
>> For cutting AVIs, VirtualDub or Nandub run under wine is imho the best
>> tool currently available.
>or avidemux in linux.
Or TMPG(windows) and gopchop (linux) for cutting and merging MPEG files.
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