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    I'm working on cutting up .TS files captured with the Hauppauge HD-PVR using H.264 TS Cutter v111. Everything seems fine throughout the process, however the end-result .TS file has some issues... namely bad frames popping up. Basically these bad frames are images from a previous point in the video overlaying the actual frame that should be displayed. However, if I skip ahead to start past the cut just before the bad frame, then the bad frames don't appear.

    I assume this has something to do with the setting I'm using for the Cut-In & Cut-Out settings. I've tried using it seemingly on all options but I still can't quite get it to work.

    I would really appreciate any help at all as this would save me 6-7 hours each video due to processing & editing.
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    H264TS_Cutter works like a charm. I've already used it to edit commericals from a couple HD PVR recordings with excellent results that play back perfectly with my PS3 after burning to AVCHD or Blu-Ray. You just have to make sure to set the CutIn frametype to I-frame and CutOut frametype to B-frame or All-frame in the Advanced Settings.
    Source:
    http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=138923

    You can also frameserve with avisynth it either through DirectShowSource(), or dgavcdec, but then you have to encode it into something else
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    hmm... I'm still getting the bad frames described in the first post.

    I'm still doing some testing but I think it might have something to do with with the length of clips. Seemingly if they're over 30 seconds then it causes the issue. That will be fine in my case because most of the clips will only be 10 seconds or so, anything over that I can just have a cut in the middle.

    Also, anyone know if it would matter if the video is 60fps? The captured video is from PS3 gameplay.
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