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  1. Guest
    This may have been posted before and if so please direct me to it but
    I would like to cut a 1.4 gig avi into 2 parts and have the 2 parts match.
    That is, when play it I would like the end of part 1 to match the begining
    of part 2.
    This is still part of my big experience with a VERY troublesome asf. I have
    posted on this problem in the Newbie Conversion section. I am almost
    done but I ran into a problem with Virtual Dub. It crapped out about 3/4
    of the way through the compression process. I decided to split it in to
    two pieces but I would like these two to match if not exactly as close to
    perfect as possible.

    Thanks for any input.
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  2. Here try this www.divx-digest.com/software/avichop.html this program Avichop will split the movie the way you want it.
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    That looks great for AVI files.

    But is there a good one for mpeg's. I've had trouble with TMPGenc losing some of the sound in the parts.

    Can someone please tell me one that works better?
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  4. For mpg I just set the start frame then the end frame to be able to fit on one cd could never cut mpgs personaly always had problems.
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  5. Guest
    Originally Posted by PimpInDaHouse
    For mpg I just set the start frame then the end frame to be able to fit on one cd could never cut mpgs personaly always had problems.
    If you have it try TMPGEnc. I have been "Cutting and Merging" several
    files together. I have 3 parts to these mpeg's I have been working with:

    1)Beginning (I like this begining I have from a TV series).

    2)The actual episode.

    3)An alternate ending.

    First I cut the original beginning and ending off. Then I load up the
    beginning, then the episode, then the ending. They have to be in that
    order for the merging to work.

    I have done this to 4 mpegs already and the only problem I have is getting
    the part where I cut it to match. Since TPMGEnc is so fast with these
    files it only takes a matter of about a 1/2 hour to do one 22 minute
    episode.
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  6. I've tried TMPG but I do uncomplient SVCDs and everytime I load it in TMPG it freezes up so I just set my beginning and end and just encode that way. I usually do 40-45min segments. And uncomplient usually is
    Min 0, Avg 2000-2750, Max 4500 in CCE 3pass vbr.
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