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I have figured how to extract my scenes from a VRO so I can load them into EMC.

There is a nice free tool called stream clip that can read the VRO and does some simple

cuts and trims so you can get the scense you want in separate mpeg files.

I can load the mpeg files into video wave and use MyDVD express to burn.

I can see that there is no re-encoding happening.

 

However, as soom as I edit, such as split the scene, delete part of the scense and add transitions,

the tool re-encodes some of the video not all. But its clearly encoding more than just the transisitons.

 

Why would this be?

Is there something I can do so only the part of the video with the transitions is re-encoded?

 

 

 

 

 

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The 1 clip is a 16:9 mpegs, 704x480 8000Mbits/sec

I set the project setting to 16:9 704x480 8000Mbit/sec.

 

I split the clip in several places, deleted some of the video between the splt clips.

then split at the end and delted the end portion.

I added transistions between the clips I wanted to keep.

 

It was the last clip which was not re-encoded. All the other clips seemed to get re-encoded,

 

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The 1 clip is a 16:9 mpegs, 704x480 8000Mbits/sec

I set the project setting to 16:9 704x480 8000Mbit/sec.

 

I split the clip in several places, deleted some of the video between the splt clips.

then split at the end and delted the end portion.

I added transistions between the clips I wanted to keep.

 

It was the last clip which was not re-encoded. All the other clips seemed to get re-encoded,

mpeg2 or mpeg4 or some other type mpeg?

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