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  1. Hello all.

    I am new to this forum and have been sent here from Reddit as my issue could not be solved there.

    I have a simple task really and for some reason VLC Media player is giving me crap with one of the latest sections I need to do.

    You see - VLC worked perfectly fine for me so far. I would record some video with OBS, open it with VLC and then use the "Record" option to cut several seconds from it and luckily for me there was the "Frame by frame" progression in VLC as well which makes my job a hell lot easier.

    I usually need about 9-13 seconds off of a 30 second video or so.

    With the latest one however, VLC keeps outputting only 3-6 seconds of the video I am trying to "Record" and I can't figure out why (Especially that it did work for the last 4 or so videos i've made.... And I've been redoing them a lot too)

    I have been suggested to take debug logs and dump them in this forum in hopes that you fine folk would be able to assist me.

    So here is what I get in logs:

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    core debug: VoutDisplayEvent 'mouse button' 0 t=9
    core warning: picture is too late to be displayed (missing 34 ms)
    core debug: picture might be displayed late (missing 1 ms)
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    core debug: resampling stopped (drift: -3735 us)
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    mp4 debug: elst (1) gives 36933ms (movie)-> 36934ms (track)
    mp4 debug: track[Id 0x1] using Sync Sample Box (stss)
    mp4 debug: stss gives 1108 --> 1000 (sample number)
    mp4 debug: elst (0) gives 36933ms (movie)-> 36933ms (track)
    mp4 debug: track[Id 0x2] does not provide Sync Sample Box (stss)
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    avcodec debug: available hardware decoder output format 61 (dxva2_vld)
    avcodec debug: available hardware decoder output format 128 (d3d11va_vld)
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    core debug: Decoder wait done in 71 ms
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    mp4 debug: elst (1) gives 38600ms (movie)-> 38600ms (track)
    mp4 debug: track[Id 0x1] using Sync Sample Box (stss)
    mp4 debug: stss gives 1158 --> 1000 (sample number)
    mp4 debug: elst (0) gives 38600ms (movie)-> 38600ms (track)
    mp4 debug: track[Id 0x2] does not provide Sync Sample Box (stss)
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    core debug: Received first picture
    core debug: Decoder wait done in 164 ms
    mp4 debug: elst (1) gives 41600ms (movie)-> 41600ms (track)
    mp4 debug: track[Id 0x1] using Sync Sample Box (stss)
    mp4 debug: stss gives 1248 --> 1000 (sample number)
    mp4 debug: elst (0) gives 41600ms (movie)-> 41600ms (track)
    mp4 debug: track[Id 0x2] does not provide Sync Sample Box (stss)
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    core debug: EsOutFrameNext consummed 33 ms
    core debug: Stream buffering done (1199 ms in 4250 ms)
    core debug: EsOutFrameNext consummed 33 ms
    core debug: Stream buffering done (1221 ms in 4500 ms)
    core debug: EsOutFrameNext consummed 33 ms
    core debug: Stream buffering done (1232 ms in 4750 ms)
    core debug: EsOutFrameNext consummed 33 ms
    core debug: Stream buffering done (1244 ms in 5001 ms)
    core debug: using sout chain=`record{dst-prefix='C:\Users\SeraphiM\Videos\vlc-record-2017-08-07-22h37m53s-2017-08-06 10-10-31.mp4-'}'
    core debug: stream=`record'
    core debug: looking for sout stream module matching "record": 22 candidates
    core debug: set config option: sout-record-dst-prefix to C:\Users\SeraphiM\Videos\vlc-record-2017-08-07-22h37m53s-2017-08-06 10-10-31.mp4-
    core debug: using sout stream module "stream_out_record"
    core debug: looking for packetizer module matching "any": 23 candidates
    packetizer_h264 debug: found NAL_SPS (sps_id=0)
    packetizer_h264 debug: found NAL_PPS (pps_id=0 sps_id=0)
    packetizer_h264 debug: avcC length size=4, sps=1, pps=1
    core debug: using packetizer module "packetizer_h264"
    core debug: looking for packetizer module matching "any": 23 candidates
    packetizer_mpeg4audio debug: running MPEG4 audio packetizer
    packetizer_mpeg4audio debug: AAC 44100Hz 1024 samples/frame
    core debug: using packetizer module "packetizer_mpeg4audio"
    core warning: playback way too late (277635): flushing buffers
    core debug: adding a new sout input (sout_input:03eee7f0)
    core debug: adding a new sout input (sout_input:03eee778)
    core warning: playback too early (-103690): down-sampling
    core debug: EsOutFrameNext consummed 0 ms
    core debug: Stream buffering done (11699 ms in 12344 ms)
    core debug: EsOutFrameNext consummed 33 ms
    core debug: Stream buffering done (11715 ms in 12845 ms)
    core error: cannot continue streaming due to errors
    core debug: removing module "packetizer_h264"
    core debug: killing decoder fourcc `h264', 0 PES in FIFO
    core debug: removing a sout input (sout_input:03eee778)
    stream_out_record debug: Using record output `std{access=file{no-append,no-format},mux='mp4',dst='C:\\Users\\SeraphiM\\Videos\\vlc-record-2017-08-07-22h37m53s-2017-08-06 10-10-31.mp4-.mp4'}'
    core debug: stream=`std'
    core debug: looking for sout stream module matching "std": 22 candidates
    core debug: set config option: sout-standard-access to file{no-append,no-format}
    core debug: set config option: sout-standard-mux to mp4
    core debug: set config option: sout-standard-dst to C:\Users\SeraphiM\Videos\vlc-record-2017-08-07-22h37m53s-2017-08-06 10-10-31.mp4-.mp4
    core debug: looking for sout access module matching "file": 8 candidates
    core debug: set config option: sout-file-append to (null)
    core debug: set config option: sout-file-format to (null)
    access_output_file debug: file access output opened (C:\Users\SeraphiM\Videos\vlc-record-2017-08-07-22h37m53s-2017-08-06 10-10-31.mp4-.mp4)
    core debug: using sout access module "access_output_file"
    core debug: looking for sout mux module matching "mp4": 10 candidates
    mux_mp4 debug: Mp4 muxer opened
    core debug: using sout mux module "mux_mp4"
    stream_out_standard debug: using `file{no-append,no-format}/mp4://C:\Users\SeraphiM\Videos\vlc-record-2017-08-07-22h37m53s-2017-08-06 10-10-31.mp4-.mp4'
    core debug: using sout stream module "stream_out_standard"
    core debug: adding a new input
    mux_mp4 debug: adding input
    core debug: adding a new input
    mux_mp4 debug: adding input
    mux_mp4 debug: removing input
    core error: cannot continue streaming due to errors
    core debug: removing module "packetizer_mpeg4audio"
    core debug: killing decoder fourcc `mp4a', 0 PES in FIFO
    core debug: removing a sout input (sout_input:03eee7f0)
    mux_mp4 debug: removing input
    core warning: no more input streams for this mux
    core debug: destroying chain... (name=record)
    core debug: removing module "stream_out_record"
    core debug: destroying chain... (name=std)
    core debug: removing module "stream_out_standard"
    core debug: removing module "mux_mp4"
    mux_mp4 debug: Close
    mux_mp4 debug: movie duration 4s
    mux_mp4 debug: created 1 chunks (stco)
    mux_mp4 debug: created 1 chunks (stco)
    core debug: removing module "access_output_file"
    access_output_file debug: file access output closed
    core debug: destroying chain done
    core debug: destroying chain done
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    core debug: auto hiding mouse cursor
    I am no expert in this, and could not find anything in google =( and I hope it can shed some light for one of you experts to maybe point me in the right direction as to why this has stopped working

    Alternatively - I would not even mind if any of you have any suggestions for video editing software I can use alternatively to VLC media which will allow me to cut a video on a frame by frame level without any logos and without limitations of export time (Some of the free software i've tried always cut it to 5 seconds)

    Thanks in advance!
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  2. Go back to using an intra-frame codec.
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  3. Hi jagabo,

    Thanks for the response, but I am afraid I do not know what that means. Do you suggest to not use VLC? But in that case, which other editor can I use? Or is it perhaps a settings change? And if so - Then where can I find the correct settings?

    I am a complete noob in this entire question and this is the first time i've posted in a forum like this as well
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  4. My guess is you were previously using an intra-frame codec in OBS and you've recently switched to h.264 -- a inter-frame codec. Inter-frame codecs are much harder to edit if you want frame accurate cuts. Go back to using the intra-frame codec you were using before. Or, if you were using h.264 set the keyframe interval back to 1 (limiting it to intra-frame encoding).

    With intra-frame codecs every frame is encoded separately, like a jpeg image. Intra-frame codecs only encode a few frames that way (key frames), the rest of the frames only include the differences between frames. The key frames are often hundreds of frames apart. You can only cut on those key frames because the other frames can't be recreated without the key frames.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intra-frame_coding
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    perilomo, in the future please use a more descriptive subject title in your posts to allow others to search for similar topics.
    I will change yours this time. From our rules:
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  6. @jagabo - Thanks for the response. I do not believe that OBS (Open Broadcast Software) even have such parameters and I definitely have not changed any settings. As such I was thinking - Is it possible to re-record the footage as a whole with VLC to use the correct codec? And if so - Could you please let me know how to do that?

    @redwudz - I am sorry, I could not come up with an inclusive title and done one to the best of my ability. Thanks for the help
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  7. So any ideas regarding my last post?

    Or does anyone know a better software to capture ingame video and then edit it frame by frame?
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  8. I had never used the Playback -> Record function in VLC before. After playing with it for a while I find it's just not accurate. Use a real video editor instead. Try something like VirtualDub Filtermod for MP4 files.
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    I have used OBS recently. I recorded some videos off the internet and saved them as MP4. I then used AVIDEMUX to cut out the unwanted frames then saving the output as mp4 using:
    audio output: copy
    video output :copy
    format output :MP4v2 Muxer

    The final MP4 files were good to my eyes.

    Give AVIDEMUX a try

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  10. Hello folks,

    Thanks for the suggestions, but it looks like jagabo has been right, it has something to do with keyframes... I have tried AVIDEMUX and when trying to cut the video it told me that the cut was not on a starting frame (Or something like that, can't remember the text exactly) and that the start and end of the video will be corrupt (And so it has...)

    I have looked at the OBS settings and I can see the following:



    Any idea how to make it so that I can cut the video properly? Without relying on key frames? Perhaps a better capturing software other than OBS?

    Thanks in advance

    P.S.
    I have tried to fiddle with this and set keyframes to 0 and to 1, but that have resulted in extremely poor video quality =/
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  11. Have used VirtualDub Filtermod and it has an option to create gifs from the actual video and the way I crop it during editing. That was my goal to begin with

    Thanks all for the attention!
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  12. If you lower keyframe interval to 1 you hurt compression efficiency badly. You need to increase the bitrate to make up for it.

    Or you use a different software for cutting that can cut with frame-accuracy even in the middle of a GOP. E.g. SolveigMM Video Splitter or VideoReDo.

    /edit:
    Oh, you want to re-encode anyways (to gif). Then ignore my post.
    That's why it's important to tell us the goal of everything...
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  13. Update:

    Scrap that - Still have issues with this too(VirtualDub Filtermod). It gives me "Unexpected end of stream" every time -.-

    Will try the suggested software by sneaker
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    Suggestions:

    1 - In OBS settings, increase video bitrate to 6000 or 8000, you can experiment with this. The higher the bitrate the higher the quality and the bigger is the output file.

    2 - With AVIDEMUX, you have to cut at (I frames). You can do that by using the up and down keys (moving between I frames). The left and the right keys are used to advance frame by frame and they wouldn't help much really. This is the easy way but the price is loss of many frames.
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  15. Originally Posted by shaema View Post
    Suggestions:

    1 - In OBS settings, increase video bitrate to 6000 or 8000, you can experiment with this. The higher the bitrate the higher the quality and the bigger is the output file.

    2 - With AVIDEMUX, you have to cut at (I frames). You can do that by using the up and down keys (moving between I frames). The left and the right keys are used to advance frame by frame and they wouldn't help much really. This is the easy way but the price is loss of many frames.
    Thanks for the advice shaema, I will definitely use that in the future. But as I have already stated that I am planning to make GIF's out of the output - Cutting at I frames will not do as I am trying to make a perfect loop

    Thanks for the headsup regardless tho
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