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Edit Captures Movies On The Mac



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I'm not very familiar with Toast 9 Basic. If you click the Edit button next the the title when the video is in the Toast 9 window, is there another Edit button that appears in the resulting window? Clicking that Edit button opens the Toast Video Player/Editor in the full version of Toast. This editor allows you to mark any segments you want excluded from the final DVD. If Toast 9 Basic doesn't have that then you'll need the full version of Toast 9 or 10 or some other application that allows MPEG2 video file trimming.

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Download MPEG Streamclip (free.)


After a capture is finished, open the mpg capture file (in the Movies folder) with Streamclip. Streamclip's internal editing is pretty clunky, but that's the only clunky thing about this program.


Suggestion: Instead of editing with Streamclip, use it to save the file in Quicktime format. Use: APPLE DV-DVPRO/NTSC; 29.97 fps; Quality 100%; Audio: Uncompressed, stereo, 48KHz, then you can edit your movie with iMovie, Quicktime PRO, or any of the Final Cut releases without having to re-render it.

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