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Old 26th September 2015, 02:53   #1  |  Link
Elegant
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Cutting on non-IDR frames

Hi, I currently have a few videos I want to trim. Naturally, I hit a point where I can't cut without damaging the rest of the current GOP. Would a "decent" solution be to remove that GOP and then re-encode that section using the same settings but trimming the frames off?

Although I have the source material, some effort was already placed on these encodes and I would rather not figure out exactly which AviSynth filters I applied to this before encoding again.

Just looking to get a few opinions. Thanks!
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