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Best tool to cut or trim avc mpeg4 TS files

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Hello,

 

I recorded some HDTV in a ts file and I would like to convert it to avi.

 

But I need to cut out the commercials first.

 

i tried H264cutter and TS splitter but those tools crash or cannot cut by timeframe

 

 

Any other advice?

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Try TSPE (Transport Stream Packet Editor) or VideoReDO, both have frame accurate editing and, I believe both will support mpeg4 TS files.

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Hello,

 

I recorded some HDTV in a ts file and I would like to convert it to avi.

 

But I need to cut out the commercials first.

 

i tried H264cutter and TS splitter but those tools crash or cannot cut by timeframe

 

 

Any other advice?

Transport Stream Packet Editor is excellent,but its expensive at £30 and locked to the hardware of a machine,which means as I have a couple of capture machines transferring 10gb files to cut.videoredo is only at alpha testing state for hdtv ts files and as such not a option.I have had success using the older free tspe and you can download both here,you can get a 30 day trial of the paid one.

http://www.videohelp.com/tools/TS_Packet_Editor

I also found H264cutter useless on anything but xp.

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Transport Stream Packet Editor is excellent,but its expensive at £30 and locked to the hardware of a machine,which means as I have a couple of capture machines transferring 10gb files to cut.videoredo is only at alpha testing state for hdtv ts files and as such not a option.I have had success using the older free tspe and you can download both here,you can get a 30 day trial of the paid one.

http://www.videohelp.com/tools/TS_Packet_Editor

I also found H264cutter useless on anything but xp.

 

 

VideoReDo will do HDTV, but only MPEG2 stuff (I use it for my BBC HD recordings on cable).

Also, there's a free version of TSPE on that same page, although again, I don't know what it's compatibility is with h264 stuff. It'll do MPEG2 no problem though, I only switched to VRD as I preferred the interface and it gave me less errors when passing the cut stream through MPEG2Repair.

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