I'm looking to see if a tool exists, that will accept the input of either a wav for avi file and scan through it and find all the blank spots, and report the timecodes.
Essentially, what I am doing is capture numerous 2hr 8mm tapes that have 2-3 second blank spots throughout the tape. Instead of manually trying to find them all, I'm wondering if there is a way at least to automate the process of finding the spots. I would then use VirtualDub to remove them.
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Actually, this is done often to split a single track of a music album into separate tracks.
Look for a feature like"silence detection" in audio tools.
E.g., the Audacity audio editor has this Silence Finder
If you use Avisynth, the final post in this thread looks promising:
Last edited by AlanHK; 28th Feb 2013 at 02:05.