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  1. I DID pick Pick ffdshow! and as i said i chose the same settings as jagabo. Anyway, this is a part of the video im trying to cut. The part i want to take out is the one with the human actresses and leave only the cartoon but no matter what i do, i just cant cut it off.Are you sure there isnt another program there that can just cut the video right and save as direct stream copy?
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  2. Here is your video, "smart rendered":

    Note that at the point of cut, Vdub had to encode few frames, but anything else is stream copy.

    Honestly, I don't know where your are failing.
    You also have to use AviFrate, to fix framerate, as jagabo also said.
    And don't check DirectStreamCopy at Video menu. Use FullProcessingMode.
    And turn on SmartRender, of course.

    Hope it helps.
    Thank you.
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  3. Well, i dont get it. Im doing exactly as you say. Here is the proof:

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    Can you tell me where am i wrong?

    Thanks.
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  4. I'm not sure, but there is a little thing with your settings that can be the guilty.

    Change to MPG (not MPG1) and try again.

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    Good luck.
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  5. Okay, now i get this error:

    MPEG does not support 21845/728fps

    so, seems like im close but not close enough. Maybe some misconfiguration?

    Thank you.
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  6. Originally Posted by supercain View Post
    Okay, now i get this error:

    MPEG does not support 21845/728fps

    so, seems like im close but not close enough. Maybe some misconfiguration?
    You're following the whole track already described. Use AviFrate to fix this new (old) error.
    Last edited by jairovital; 28th Apr 2012 at 18:16. Reason: new/old error
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  7. You mean i have to fix the bandicam video with avifrate BEFORE opening it with virtualdub? i tried, it didnt work either. Same error. What settings do i have to use in avifrate?
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  8. Originally Posted by supercain View Post
    You mean i have to fix the bandicam video with avifrate BEFORE opening it with virtualdub?
    Yes, I meant it.
    FPS is in a way that Vdub cannot handle.
    But create a backup before.
    Thank you.
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  9. Originally Posted by supercain View Post
    You mean i have to fix the bandicam video with avifrate BEFORE opening it with virtualdub? i tried, it didnt work either. Same error. What settings do i have to use in avifrate?
    I told you that already:

    http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/345566-cut-video-and-save-as-direct-stream-copy?p=2...=1#post2157393

    Start AviFRate, set Scale to 1000, rate to 30000, press Apply.
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  10. Thanks, it worked! one final question, sorry if i insist. With this method there is absolutely no quality loss??
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  11. Originally Posted by supercain View Post
    Thanks, it worked! one final question, sorry if i insist. With this method there is absolutely no quality loss??
    Make a favour for yourself and have a read on Vdub help, about Smart Render.
    Thank you.
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  12. Originally Posted by supercain View Post
    Thanks, it worked! one final question, sorry if i insist. With this method there is absolutely no quality loss??
    There is quality loss at cut GOPs. Not the rest of the video. Your sample appears to have about 150 frame GOPs.
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  13. Thank you both. That was helpful. I was finally able to cut the video the right way.
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    Avidemux 2.5. I'm really surprised no one has mentioned this. It does just what you asked and it works. I use it all the time for just exactly what you asked "cut video and save as direct stream copy".
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  15. Originally Posted by dfisher052 View Post
    Avidemux 2.5. I'm really surprised no one has mentioned this. It does just what you asked and it works. I use it all the time for just exactly what you asked "cut video and save as direct stream copy".
    Comparing both Avidemux x Vdub at cutting point:

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    Make your choice.
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    Make your choice.
    Are those my only two options? Needless complexity or broken video?

    All I want to do is delete annoying scenes from movies in my personal collection. Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 is apparently incapable of opening anything without "conforming" it first, which is obviously some kind of render process and hangs on my machine.

    Windows live movie maker would be fine in terms of interface. Watch movie>insert splits>delete scenes> save movie, except that it won't do anything approaching direct stream copy or even matching input values.

    The state of video generally is atrocious. Reminds me of that old stab... "Unix, so many standards to choose from."
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    Originally Posted by Innomen View Post
    The state of video generally is atrocious. Reminds me of that old stab... "Unix, so many standards to choose from."
    Keeps the riff-raff out.
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  18. If you can do better write your own program.
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