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Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by vanhager, Apr 17, 2005.

  1. vanhager

    vanhager Member

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    Looking for a program to edit an mpg
     
  2. aldaco12

    aldaco12 Active member

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    1) MPEG-VCR (Womble Mpeg Converter)
    2) TMPGenc
    3) VirtualDub (its output must be saved in AVI form)
    4) Cinema Craft Encoder
    5) Cucusoft converter
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    Excuse me, what do you need to do, exactly?
     
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  3. rebootjim

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    Cuttermaran, VideoReDo, Vegas 5, Pinnacle Studio, Adobe Premiere, tmpgenc mpeg editor, Mainconcept EVE,...the list goes on
     
  4. vanhager

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    (Excuse me, what do you need to do, exactly?)

    Need to cut up an mpeg...delete parts not needed........
     
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    TMPGenc (free. TMPGenc Plus [must be bought] only for MPEG-2 files)

    File___MPEG Tools___Merge & Cut
    Load the mpeg, double click the name you loaded, to select the starting and /or the ending point you want to keep , save it.

    As type keep the same format of the movie you loaded (I ususlly make MPEG-1/2 (Super)Video CD)
     
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  6. sunyam0

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    VideoRedo (VRD) is an excellent editor -- fast frame-by-frame cut/edit. It also fixes any audio sync issues. Have been using it for over 6 months -- not a single DVD with sync problems.
     

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