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trying to trim a 1.2GB movie to a 4.79KB clip, followed instructions in C2011 manual, when using "Source" even though it says 2min 49sec, the whole original is played, when I use preview I only see a 15sec clip. What to do?

 

I haven't a clue what you are doing. Please describe a lot btter what your are doing: what kind of clip, where did it come from, what program in C2011 are you using?

File sizes mean nothing when talking about video, it is the time length that matters.

 

Exactly what is it you are trying to do?

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Using Creator 2011, clip on disc from TV 18 minutes in length, want to trim to a 3 minute clip, using Copy & Convert, even though Source says clip is 2min 49sec, playback of Source plays the whole original 18 min, when I use preview, I get a 15sec clip, I am trimming exactly as outlined by the manual C2011. There has got to be a simpler way, any suggestions.

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Using Creator 2011, clip on disc from TV 18 minutes in length, want to trim to a 3 minute clip, using Copy & Convert, even though Source says clip is 2min 49sec, playback of Source plays the whole original 18 min, when I use preview, I get a 15sec clip, I am trimming exactly as outlined by the manual C2011. There has got to be a simpler way, any suggestions.

 

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First of all, copy the clip from the DVD to your hard drive and work with that instead of from the DVD.

 

When I try trimming in VCC and use the instructions as outlined in the C2011 manual and in the Help system for VCC, it works exactly as described.

 

I don't know of any simpler way as described.

 

You could of course use Videowave (Edit Video - advanced) to do the same thing, which is my preferred program for editing video.

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Using Creator 2011, clip on disc from TV 18 minutes in length, want to trim to a 3 minute clip, using Copy & Convert, even though Source says clip is 2min 49sec, playback of Source plays the whole original 18 min, when I use preview, I get a 15sec clip, I am trimming exactly as outlined by the manual C2011. There has got to be a simpler way, any suggestions.

 

If you are replying to a post and want to include that post in your response, click on the 'reply' icon and then type your text after the quoted text.

 

First of all, copy the clip from the DVD to your hard drive and work with that instead of from the DVD.

 

When I try trimming in VCC and use the instructions as outlined in the C2011 manual and in the Help system for VCC, it works exactly as described.

 

I don't know of any simpler way as described.

 

You could of course use Videowave (Edit Video - advanced) to do the same thing, which is my preferred program for editing video.

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In VCC, trim looks like this:

 

Note: These were taken from Creator 2010, there is no Apply button in Creator 2011.

 

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You can do multiple trims as well but you must click Done for it to take effect!

 

I am with Walt on VideoWave! It is where I do all of my video and about the only time I ever use VCC is to look at it to answer a question here :lol:

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If you are replying to a post and want to include that post in your response, click on the 'reply' icon and then type your text after the quoted text.

 

First of all, copy the clip from the DVD to your hard drive and work with that instead of from the DVD.

 

When I try trimming in VCC and use the instructions as outlined in the C2011 manual and in the Help system for VCC, it works exactly as described.

 

I don't know of any simpler way as described.

 

You could of course use Videowave (Edit Video - advanced) to do the same thing, which is my preferred program for editing video.

First, thanks for trying to help, I have been using a mpeg on my hard drive.
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In VCC, trim looks like this:

 

Note: These were taken from Creator 2010, there is no Apply button in Creator 2011.

 

post-39730-031549500 1300010896.jpg

 

post-39730-001462300 1300010898.jpg

 

post-39730-066024200 1300010901.jpg

 

post-39730-061463100 1300010903.jpg

 

post-39730-077612100 1300010905.jpg

 

post-39730-065128400 1300010907.jpg

 

You can do multiple trims as well but you must click Done for it to take effect!

 

I am with Walt on VideoWave! It is where I do all of my video and about the only time I ever use VCC is to look at it to answer a question here :lol:

Hey Jim, this is another Jim. Thanks for your response, did not realize the "X" was for apply. Will try that. Jim (former azdrugrep)
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Thanks guys for your assistance.

Figured it out myself.

Printed off section from pdf for C2011.

Also found by accident that clips were in the Movies folder.

I did use VCC. My biggest find was that markers are used to remove unwanted material.

Good! Glad you got it working :lol:

 

Marker are one way of removing unwanted material...

 

Split and Delete is another.

 

Trim is yet another.

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