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Windows 7: Video editing/ clipping app

08 Feb 2011   #11

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Windows 7 x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by StalkeR View Post
Maybe Camtasia Studio will help you?
looks a little like powerdirector. I was just looking for a quick app for making clips for this. Don't really want a full blown editor I have one of those already.

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08 Feb 2011   #12

Windows 10 Pro x64

Ok,just a offering. :)
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08 Feb 2011   #13

Windows 7 32 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Maguscreed View Post
Windows live movie maker crashes on me when attempting to edit mkv files.
It also has varying problems with mp4.
Mostly audio / video sync

I'll look at the others though.
AviDemux is good for quickly creating clips. I don't think it's that smooth yet for .mkv. You may be aware of this already, but you can use MkvMergeGui from the MkvToolnix package:

MKVtoolnix 4.5.0 - Downloads

to break out clips. Not accurate and no video preview, but it's one way to do it if you know the times you need. Also comes in handy for creating test cases encoding from one format to another etc..
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11 Feb 2011   #14

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Windows 7 x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whs View Post
Hmm, I never had any real problems with WLMM (except when I made a mistake). But I always convert everything (except .mov) to .wmv (with Format Factory).
Actually you did a bit to solve my problem suggesting format factory. I've found that if I tell it to convert to the codec the video is already using I can use the range feature to create clips quickly not too mention it even has a video preview for the range option, and the task system for it is nice too since I can set a bunch and just click go.

Anyhow thought I would drop back by and thank you for that one.
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