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06-29-2003, 10:00 PM
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I'm experimenting with using the Trim and FadeIn/FadeOut2 functions to split large films into separate ones. For example, I'm encoding a miniseries that's come as 5 SVCDs which I've made into one project file via DVD2AVI and wish to split it into the proper three episodes it's supposed to be in. What I've been doing now is using the AudioDub function and letting TMPGEnc encode and mux the video and audio. However is there a way to trim and fadeout my audio separately, e.g. with HeadAC3he? The thing that always gets me is that the frame #s in headac3he do not match those of the video (according to virtualdub and tmpgenc).

And the reason I'm not encoding this as one large video and audio file separately, then using bbmpeg or tmpgenc to split them up is I want to do prediction separately for each part.

Can anyone help me on this?
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06-29-2003, 10:26 PM
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J-Wo my friend

i can do it and i do ever to encode musical clips...
but afraid thinking that i can't explain it.
my poor english don't help me.

i will post in portuguese forum in some days a guide to make
fadein/out with image and sound.
works fantastic.
i will that GFR,musddib or another friend can translate it for us.
is simple and precise...the hard part is
me

or maybe another friend can help you now if you can't wait.
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06-29-2003, 10:45 PM
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Jorel: could you maybe point me to the program you use to do this?

Edit: Oops, I meant to put this thread in the general KVCD forum. Sorry guys! Maybe someone could move this for me so there's more chance for someone to respond? Thanks
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06-29-2003, 10:55 PM
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Miguel(svcdbuilder developer),
did a program for me called
Splitter
it do part of the job for me,is really cool.
see part of the mail that he sends to me:

Hi, jorel !

I have sent you the test compilation of Splitter.
Its only an example for testing.
Try this with real process and check, if the time values are calculated right.
The program creates a text file.
Then, I need to know more exactly, what you need:
- the text file format. It will be better, if you will send me an example of the file, which you want to get.
- other futures, that you need. AC3 track extracting I don't know to do currently, but I'm learning. Or you
may point me to the tool, that can do it.
...

Best regards,
Michael.

...J-Wo,if you want it send me your mail !
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