Actually I used Megui for the encode of a movie using x265 encoder. But now as the movie is maded and I have muxed it but now I wanna cut a 1min sample of that video but I am not finding any suitable software to do that. Before I use to use Boilsoft video cutter for cutting xvid and x264 video file but its not working upon x265 video file. Any help would be appreciated.
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Download and copy mmg.exe from mkvmerge 5.8.0 (I use this one).
Then run mmg.exe (Ignore the warning) and use the splitting feature in Global tab.
(Please note that this format of mkv might not be complaint in future).
will it work with the latest version as I have that installed
Keep your current installation as is.
1. Download the zip from divx.com. Extract in a separate place in your HDD.
2. Download mkvmerge 5.8.0 portable. From here.
3.From the "mkvtoolnix-unicode-188.8.131.52z" TAKE ONLY the mmg.exe
4.Copy-paste it to the divx one.
5. Run mmg.exe.
6. Ignore the warning.
7. Use splitting option in Global tab.
Official mkvmerge does not support HEVC/h265 streams for now.
which zip from divx?
its cutting in .mka format no video included
What is your source file? (extension .mp4 .mkv .h265 etc)
what did you use to mux it? Can you post the mkv header?/mediainfo
sorry its .mp4
Use the latest nightly build of mp4box. It can also split it I think.
It used to be like this.
"Path to-------\MP4Box.exe" -split 60 "Path to-------\source.mp4"
This will split original file into separate 1 min mp4 files.
If megui muxed it, then it probably will also split it. Use the mp4box in "...../megui/tools/mp4box/mp4box.exe"
Last edited by protoX; 24th Jan 2014 at 10:20.
but I want to split it from some specific location
Cutting on non key frames will probably greatly complicate things. I'm not aware of any h.265 editors that will do smart editing.
then i think the command line will be
"Path to-------\MP4Box.exe" -splitx a:b "Path to-------\source.mp4"
In these cases for acurate splitting I recommend videoredo, however I don't think it supports hevc yet.
If this doesnt work extract the h265 stream (-raw 1) and do the rest with mkvmerge (Dont forget to select the fps before splitting in mkvmerge)