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Old 2007-08-18, 17:21   Link #1
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Avi trimmer/splitter

i wanna split/trim (whats the difference) avi video file and i been through alot of them
im looking for one that trim a custom start/end time without lost of quality

i finally found SolveigMM video trimmer
(http://www.free-codecs.com/AVI_Trimmer_download.htm)

very simple and easy to manage but for some reason after i trimmed the file and play back the piece it plays the video really fast, like 3 times the original speed
but the audio plays at normal speed

anyone help with this problem

any other good programs out there?
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Old 2007-08-18, 17:25   Link #2
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Try VirtualDub, and remember that you can only cut at an I-frame (aka "keyframe", marked with a "K" in VDub) or the last P-frame in a sequence (IIRC).

EDIT: Trim I believe refers to making something "shorter", whereas cut is refers to when you "split" something into two or more parts.
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Old 2007-08-18, 19:04   Link #3
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issue resolved thanks just some codecs stuff
anyways i dont like virtual dub cause i can never work it
when i load a file it tells me im missing video compressor
after reading all the manuals i still dunno what to do
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Old 2007-08-18, 19:09   Link #4
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Please post details of the file. Best way would be to get the media information from the CCCP Insurgent, or the Media Information application. More specifically I need the video codec type used in the AVI file to help you.
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Old 2007-08-20, 02:40   Link #5
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Try Bobyte's Avisplit Classic.
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