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Splitting avi?

Discussion in 'Tech Hub' started by Zenou, Oct 21, 2006.

  1. Zenou Ancient Legend

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    Does anyone have a decent free program I can use that easily rips parts from a .avi file? I want to split up some avi files for certain scenes.
     
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    just try using virtualdubmod and set the in and out points and then save it
     
  3. Zenou Ancient Legend

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    Do you know where to DL it? I tried the official site and got this:
     
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  5. Zenou Ancient Legend

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    Thanks.

    What compression should I use?

    Why is it that when I reduced the video size by 1/2, the file size only went down 5%?
     
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    Save it as an .avi and change the video mode to direct stream copy instead of full processing mode
     
  7. Zenou Ancient Legend

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    If I do that, I can't resize the video it seems. I'd like to resize it.
     
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