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Video Scissors: A Video Splitting Application [update #6]

Submitted on: 2/8/2020 12:07:43 PM
By: A_X_O 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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This project is Video Scissors [Fully Functioning] 20th Dec 2019

Required: FFmpeg & FFprobe
The JPEG Still Image Creation is so unreliable, it will be removed

Video Scissors can Split (most) Video's into multiple parts and save all the split sections in Lossless H.264 in one task

The aim is to speed up Video Splitting time
when compared to Applications like Microsoft Movie Maker.

The problems earlier, with missing images at the start of a
cut section has now been resolved.

There is now options to use various Video and Audio Codecs with access to CRF and FFmpeg Presets.

You can convert Xvid & DivX video's as well with codec access.

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11/7/2019 7:56:38 AMEddie Bole

Wow looking good. I recently made a small program to make avi files from a series of still bmp/jpeg/gif pictures using some existing code on Planet vb, but wondered how to add sound at particular spots in the video.I can add wave sound file to the start of an avi file, but I'm still trying to work out how to add sound so it starts at a specified frame in the video file (similar to the timeline placement in your own program). If you would like me to send what I have made I could send it to you? Thanks for your nice upload. I'm hoping to learn some video/sound related things from it.
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11/7/2019 8:06:18 AMEddie Bole

With your spitting of the video file, are you using a compressed video (that was compressed with a specific codec)? or is the original video uncompressed? Also what video format have you tested it on (avi, mp4)?
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11/7/2019 1:07:39 PMdriscoll

That's interesting project but why do not use FFPLAY in place of wmp ?
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11/7/2019 1:40:50 PMA_X_O

Reply To Eddie.
Thanks for the comments. The project has only been tested on mp4 & compressed mp4 files but FFmpeg handles most formats.
I will try some avi, wmv, webm, mkv, vob.
Reply To driscoll
Thanks for the Ideas, I try a few things out using ffplay.
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11/24/2019 11:22:13 AMEddie Bole

Email sent to A_X_O with link and info. Sorry about the very late reply.
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