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Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by brandt81, Jan 21, 2007.

  1. brandt81

    brandt81 Guest

    i ripped a video from a dvd i made on my camera....it downloaded as one long video....with no chapters or anything....how can i edit it to break it down to specific scenes....so i can get rid of all the excess and use what i need
     
  2. AdRock925

    AdRock925 Regular member

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    Adobe Premiere
    Finalcut pro (Mac)
    Sony Vegas
    VdubMod
    Ulead Studio

    I'm assuming the file is an AVI?
     
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  3. brandt81

    brandt81 Guest

    im not entirely sure....i ripped it from Ripit4me
     
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    What's the file extension?

    You can use gspot to find out exactly what kind of file you have.

    Most the programs I listed above handle all major video types anyway.
     
  5. brandt81

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    is any kind of editing software worth havin free?....i dont have enough money to buy any of that stuff you suggested...im lookin for freeware
     
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    you can use windows movie maker if u winxp it should be installed on your pc by default. u can try nero too
     
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    VDubMod is freeware and can be downloaded from this site (link):

    http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_tools/virtualdubmod.cfm

    It is very efficient for both editing simple cuts and processing. I like to use it for trimming down large AVI's then import the smaller file to an NLE program if more sophisticated editing is needed the most appealing feature to me is the "Direct Stream Copy" mode, fast and lossless! :)

    FYI: VirtualDubMod aka VDuBMod (or VDM) is a Modified version of VirtualDub, the main modification feature being support for a wider range of video types.
     
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