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  1. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Xmedia Recode is a very handy free all-in-one video converter and basic editor. It does NOT contain any annoying bundleware and has a portable version. This guide will show you to cut any video without reconverting your video.



    Software required

    Xmedia Recode (It's FREE !!!)



    Guide

    Open File.
    Under the Format tab choose:
    Profile: Custom
    Format: MP4 (choose the same format as your video file container, video.mp4 = MP4, video.mkv = MKV, video.avi = AVI, etc)
    File extension: mp4 (choose same extension as your video file)
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    Under the Video tab select Mode: Copy.
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    Under the Audio tab select Mode: Copy.
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    Under the Filters/Preview tab can you cut your video.
    1. Use the slider to preview the video.
    2. Set that Start frame.
    3. Set the End frame.
    4. You can also manually type the start and end time.
    (NOTE! The cut wont be exact because you can only cut at keyframes.)
    Last Click Add to queue and Encode!
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    Done!
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    Last edited by Baldrick; 19th Nov 2015 at 07:07.
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    nice guide

    What's to easiest way to split an avi file larger than 2Gb in two parts ? (how can i find the exact keyframe)
    Last edited by atamo; 13th Sep 2017 at 03:00.
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