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Hi everybody. I use womble to remove commercials from an mpeg but I have no idea what to use on avi how to do it or what software to get. Thanks and Merry Christmas from the Wineslurper Ho Ho Ho (slurp slurp slurp)
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Do you know what codec your AVI has? Or is it an uncompressed AVI file?

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Huffyuv- using an ATI All in Wonder Card 9600xt, Ho Ho Ho
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Well, all you really need is one of those splitter/joiner pieces of software. However, I'm not really aware of one that can do both at the same time AND works well.

What I can suggest takes two programs, from the same company. It'll cost $60 total to buy them both. The Boilsoft AVI/MPEG/RM/WMV Joiner and the Boilsoft AVI/MPEG/ASF/WMV Splitter. See http://www.boilsoft.com

I have these. I use them to split or join files. I've never done what you want (before my test, that is), but it'll work.

It's akin to the old-fashioned way of using TMPGEnc MPEG TOOLS to edit an MPEG file. You'd have to split each segment into a file, cutting out the "good stuff" between commercials. Then use the joiner to join all the segments.

I'm not aware of any freeware for this. I think all the splitters/joiners charge money. Most AVI software is for editing and re-encodes, so the terms to use while searching would be "splitter" and/or "joiner" and not "editor".

I tested out a ATI MMC HuffYUV capture, and did a split, then a re-join or the split segments. It was fine.



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I might give that a go.Ho Ho Ho
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