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I recorded a movie, however did not stop the recording in time so have blue screen on end of recording. I set the markers to edit and exported to computer. After process the edited version is the same as the original in length. What am I doing wrong, or better question, how do I do the editing.

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After the capture, before the burn, I imported the video to the edit part of the program, fast forward the video to the end of the movie, put it on pause and used the icon to set the markers at the position I desired.....exported results to computer. My expectations were that when I recovered the video from location that it would be the length I wanted, but not so......same results as the original. I am recording San Pebbles from vhs, there are two parts, desire to put both parts on one DVD. I used a program to do so and it worked, except that between the two parts there is that blue screen and "no video input" that I want to edit out. Thank you for your assistance.

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To clarify further......Movie is in two parts. 180 minutes total. I have captured both parts, named them parts I and Part II. I would like to use VHS to DVD3 to burn to one dblayer DVD. First though I want to cut off the excess length of part I.

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I don't understand what you mean by markers.

 

To remove (or trim) segments of video you would use the Trim function or the split and delete options. If the segments are at the ends use Trim. If the segment is in the middle then create a split at the beginning of the segment to delete and another split at the end of the segment. Then select the segment between the two splits and then select delete.

 

I hope you are not trying to put the 180 minutes on one DVD - the quality will be terrible. A standard DVD can only hold 60 minutes of best quality video which is what you want to use when capturing from VHS video.

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You are posting in the Creator NXT Forum but your descriptions do not match any of the programs in that Suite :huh:

 

The descriptions do seem to match-up with Easy VHS to DVD 3 and you did mention that product Post #4...

 

IF this does not have anything to do with Creator NXT we would like to move it to the right Forum...

 

Copying a commercial movie is not legal in most circumstances -_-

 

If you have EVD 3 you can maintain HQ (never use fit to disc) AND split the project across multiple DVD's with the software :)

 

If you want to do it manually, HERE

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