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    Hi,

    Been using Easy Video Splitter for a while now to cut my .Avi's etc.
    but lately been having a few problems with it....
    Can anyone tell me of an alternative to this program?
    Which is easy to use, and possibly better!

    Thanks in Advance

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    Thanks will give it a try!

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    i agree with lynx
    also be sure to always cut on key frames

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    vituraldubmod or nandub

    open a video. scroll to where u want to start cutting. press the Home key on keyboard. then scroll down to where u want to end the clip, and press end. go to video menu and click direct stream copy. go to audio menu and click direct stream copy. then press save (f7). this will cut out the portion u want w/o any encoding

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynx
    Just curious, what's the difference with the original virtualdub?

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    it supports some random audio format i think. or something like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guillaume
    Quote Originally Posted by lynx
    Just curious, what's the difference with the original virtualdub?
    it supportss Matroska, mpeg2, and ogm. and i think it's supposed to support VBR MP3 better
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    yes virtualdubmod works with vbr mp3, which a lot of avi's are.
    virtualdub can't handle vbr mp3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewBarker
    i agree with lynx
    also be sure to always cut on key frames
    Sorry to be a newb..... but whats a key frame?

    Cheers

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