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07-25-2008, 10:28 PM
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hello, i have tv-shows dvds that i want to backup but i want to cut the intro and the ending, how can i do this via avisynth pre-encoding and how can i match the audio?

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I will tell you how I do this.

In avisynth there's a filter called Trim (you can read in Avisynth Documentation for better explanation), where you can select the frame 'from' you want to encode, and 'to' you want to encode:
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Trim(From, To)
Related to audio, it depends on your source audio. If already in wav, I usually load it in Audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/), under view change selection to Frames, and I select the audio based on the frames of video I already encoded. No syncing problems with this way.
If your source is not a wav, demux it, and you can load it in headac3he and convert to wav. After that, and depending on your destination, you will encode the trimmed audio to mp2 or ac3.

I believe that in avysinth there are also audio filters, but never used avisynth to trim the audio. Maybe anybody else...
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07-26-2008, 06:32 PM
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A lot faster if your sources are DVDs : simply use the "start - end" feature of DGIndex (the buttons '[' and ']' at the bottom) ! It will generate the d2v AND demux the audio corresponding to the part you have selected, providing you the delay you will have to enter into your mux tool (if you use directly the demuxed file) or into the convertor (if you encode then in mp2).
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thanks a lot, how come i never saw that dgindex function hehe
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