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I am working with mpeg file cutter.Could anyone please help me how to get the clear overview of mpeg format and how to cut those video files into small fragments........Could anyone help me how to proceed and what are the changes required to be made and so on.....ThanQ...

  • benski
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Reply #1
* Determine if it's MPEG-TS or MPEG-PS
* Accumulate elementary streams into separate buffers
* Determine frame boundaries
* Remux data from spearate buffers into new program stream

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Reply #2
* Determine if it's MPEG-TS or MPEG-PS
* Accumulate elementary streams into separate buffers
* Determine frame boundaries
* Remux data from spearate buffers into new program stream



ThanQ very much for the reply.....I have almost nil knowledge on this project.Could you please guide me,how to accumulate elementary streams into separate buffers....Any link related to that would be a great help....

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Reply #3
try VideoReDo?

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Reply #4
I second the VideoReDo suggestion. I've been using VideoReDo for many years and have all 3 versions. The latest version TV Suite V4 will do format conversions in addtion to MPEG editing. It works in std def and HD and couldn't be much easier to use. The base version is $50 and worth every penny. I use it for editing out commercials from OTA HD programming and also cutting up standard def ingests from SVHS.

Also look into AVS4YOU software. Lots of power there too for a very reasonable price of $59. I don't use this as much as VRD but when I need it it does the job.

  • Last Edit: 16 January, 2013, 10:01:02 PM by Glenn Gundlach

mpeg video cutter
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I second the VideoReDo suggestion. I've been using VideoReDo for many years and have all 3 versions. The latest version TV Suite V4 will do format conversions in addtion to MPEG editing. It works in std def and HD and couldn't be much easier to use. The base version is $50 and worth every penny. I use it for editing out commercials from OTA HD programming and also cutting up standard def ingests from SVHS.

Also look into AVS4YOU software. Lots of power there too for a very reasonable price of $59. I don't use this as much as VRD but when I need it it does the job.




ThanQ.......but I have to write my own program to do the job....