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Old 6th August 2007, 23:02   #41  |  Link
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I'm trying to figure out why Vdub saves my avi file very slowly when I use Direct Stream Copy. I have fed Vdub with an avs file. I have selected a section with the mark in and out buttons, selected Direct Stream Copy on the Video menu then File, save as. I get real time saving, about 25 fps. Normally when I join 2 avi's with Vdub I get thousands of frames per second. How come this is happening?

Does AVI Trimmer work the same way or is it way faster or am I just not using Vdub correctly?
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Interesting screenshot! Does programming slow down after a visit thru the " forest" , or just more enjoyable results?
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I'm trying to figure out why Vdub saves my avi file very slowly when I use Direct Stream Copy. I have fed Vdub with an avs file. I have selected a section with the mark in and out buttons, selected Direct Stream Copy on the Video menu then File, save as. I get real time saving, about 25 fps. Normally when I join 2 avi's with Vdub I get thousands of frames per second. How come this is happening?

Does AVI Trimmer work the same way or is it way faster or am I just not using Vdub correctly?
Hi tyee,
It is pretty hard to say why you have troubles with VDub.
I suppose it will be more efficient to ask VDub developers.

I don't think AVI trimmer operates the same way as VDub. The trimmer use DirectShow technology for trimming.
As for the velocity why do not you just give it a try?
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Old 7th August 2007, 08:53   #44  |  Link
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Interesting screenshot! Does programming slow down after a visit thru the " forest" , or just more enjoyable results?
I don't think visiting to to such kind of "forest" affects to development speed

But I'm not sure this is the case, since the character is not employed in SolveiG Multimedia, he is Stalker
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I'm trying to figure out why Vdub saves my avi file very slowly when I use Direct Stream Copy. I have fed Vdub with an avs file. I have selected a section with the mark in and out buttons, selected Direct Stream Copy on the Video menu then File, save as. I get real time saving, about 25 fps. Normally when I join 2 avi's with Vdub I get thousands of frames per second. How come this is happening?

Does AVI Trimmer work the same way or is it way faster or am I just not using Vdub correctly?
AviSynth is a frame server, so each frame gets decoded, and the result - when saved in Direct Stream Copy mode - should be a large, uncompressed AVI.

Direct Stream Copy works the way you expected only if you open the AVI file directly in VirtualDub, not via the frame server.

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SolveigMM AVI Trimmer 1.5.709.25 Is Out

SolveigMM AVI Trimmer v. 1.5.709.25 has been released.

Features:
- Multilingual interface with Chinese, Danish, English, German, Finnish, French, Italian, Russian and Spanish.

Thanks all guys hwo help us with translation!


How To:
http://www.solveigmm.com/HowTo/how-t...th-avi-trimmer

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http://solveigmm.com/?Products&id=AVITrimmer

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Old 12th November 2007, 23:16   #47  |  Link
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Hi there, I just discovered that the freeware program MediaCoder ( http://www.mediacoder.cn/ ) can crop/cut.

Install it from sourceforge and select a media file. Then press shift+f6 for "clipping" which marks in and out.

It seem not to support direct stream copy, so you have to convert it to another format.
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SolveigMM AVI Trimmer 1.6 is released

SolveigMM AVI Trimmer v. 1.6 has been released.

Features:

- DV scenes detection added
- New languages added to the multilingual interface: Dutch, Romanian, Czech, Swedish

Fixes:
-Fixed the bug when while attempt to trim some AVI with MP3 audio the trimmer delivered an error - "The data is invalid. HRESULT: 0x8007000d. (Unspecified error hr= 0x80004005}"

How To:
http://www.solveigmm.com/HowTo/how-t...th-avi-trimmer
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SolveigMM AVI Trimmer 1.6.802.03

Fixed:
-Fixed the bug . Cut out feature did not work. The trimer concatenated all the fragments in the trim list

http://solveigmm.com/files/SolveigMM...rimmer_1_6.zip
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SolveigMM AVI Trimmer update 1.6.804.17

Fixes:
- Bug fixed. Audio distortion after trimming. Format MPEG-2 Layer-2

http://www.solveigmm.com/files/Solve...rimmer_1_6.zip
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Joining AVI,ASF,WMV,MP3,WMA feature beta-testing

Hi Folks,

By enormous customers request of joining feature we are in a few steps to upload Video Splitter 2.3 with enabled AVI,ASF,WMV,MP3,WMA files joining.
Here is the alpha version of the Splitter.

Joining operates in file by file mode for only files with similar parameters.

It is available via menu->Joining Manager.

We would appreciate for any bug reports/ improvement suggestions / feature requests / enhancements.
Thanks in advance!

http://solveigmm.com/files/SolveigMM..._2_3_aplha.zip
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SolveigMM Video Spliter 2.1.901.23 Update

Version 2.1.901.23 Update. Release Date: January 31, 2009
http://www.solveigmm.com/?Products&id=VideoSplitter

Features:
-"Save All Segments" feature, that saves all the fragments on timeline to separate files
- Added enumeration prefix to output file names. e.g input_0001.avi, input_0002.avi
- Added "Add Task to Batch" item to Timeline context menu

Fixes:
-Eating to big amount of memory and 99% hanging during big MPEG-2 files editing
-Indexation of big MPEG-2 files sometime ended up with 99% progress hang
-Crash during some AVIs with PCM audio trimming
-Hang during attempt to open some other than XTL file as task list file (.xtl)
-Command line util trimming results were unstable if edit big files > than 10 GB

Changes:
- Byte size now is showed in GB/MB/KB format instead of Bytes
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I'm glad to introduce SolveigMM AVI Trimmer 1.7 alpha based on SMM Matroska Muxer/Splitter with MKV K-frame accuracy trimming functionality. This is an alpha version. More info at our forum.
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AVI Trimmer + MKV 2.0 has been at last released! version 2.0.1108.16, 2011-08-16

http://www.solveigmm.com/en/products/avi-trimmer-mkv/


It became a new improved user interface with some additional handy controls. The utility is focused on of video quality preservation, high productivity and synchronization keeping. With the help of AVI Trimmer it is easy to save or delete any parts of an AVI or MKV video, create clips for Youtube and Facebook, quickly remove all commercials from recorded TV programs or delete audio tracks from a video file. Details in the press release.

What's new on Youtube - http://youtu.be/Ukgyx3aXUL8
What's new on FaceBook - http://www.facebook.com/SolveigMultimedia

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I'm trying to figure out why Vdub saves my avi file very slowly when I use Direct Stream Copy. I have fed Vdub with an avs file.
Because Direct Stream Copy will be saving the uncompressed video being served to it by AVISynth. Is trhe output file size huge?
Under what circumstances would you want to save a video you've opened via an avs script using Direct Stream Copy?
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@hello_hello

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LOL! I looked at the date, but not the year. I thought it was only a couple of weeks old. Doh!
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2.0.1108.18, 2011-08-18
Features:
- Updated polish language
- Improved thumbnails generation
http://www.solveigmm.com/en/products/avi-trimmer-mkv/
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