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  1. I have a few .avi divX films that are just slightly too long to fit on a CD-R, even with overburning software (Firestarter).
    I was wondering if ffmpegX is able to cut a tiny bit off the end or beginning of such files..? Or should I use QT Pro with a divX plugin? But I thought I heard on this forum that divX QT plugins dont work in Tiger yet...
    Any advice please?
    Thanks

    bllx

    Actually VLC reports the video codec as "DX50" ...is that a divX flavour...?
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    Originally Posted by bllx
    I have a few .avi divX films that are just slightly too long to fit on a CD-R.
    Some put several avi movies on a DVD, which makes 718 MB files trivial.

    Originally Posted by bllx
    I was wondering if ffmpegX is able to cut a tiny bit off the end or beginning of such files..? Or should I use QT Pro with a divX plugin? But I thought I heard on this forum that divX QT plugins dont work in Tiger yet...
    I'd give Explicit or Mpeg Streamclip a try.

    Originally Posted by bllx
    Actually VLC reports the video codec as "DX50" ...is that a divX flavour...?
    Yeah, that fourcc identifier was introduced with DivX 5.0.
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  3. Use VirtualDubMod with both audio and video in Direct Stream Copy mode. Use the mark-in and mark-out markers to mark what you want to keep. Save AVI.
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  4. Thanks a lot for the suggestions.
    Explicit seems very clear and simple, nice easy way of splittiing .avis.
    Thanks again,

    bllx
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