Splitting MPEG

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Splitting MPEG

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moved over from old forum for reference.

Monty's guide to cutting Mpeg

In thsi guide I show you in an easy and very basic way how to cut mpeg1 files. So that they fit on a 80min CD-R.

1.Run TMPGEnc and select File > MPEG Tools

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2. Select Merge&Cut (TAB)

3. From the "Type" drop down list select select "MPEG 1 Video CD"

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Next click the "Add" button on the right side.

4. Now you have to load the file.Select the mpeg movie you want to split and click open.

5. You will see the mpeg file in the window, double click it.

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6. Move the slider bar to the farthest right,then memorize the "total playing time".

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7. Split that number into 2.The total playing time in the image is 1min 31secs. In this case it would be 46 (45,5)seconds then.

8. Move the slider bar to 46secs.(the half of the movie)

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9.Click the } button to mark this as the end point, Now that you have the first part of the output highlighted you can click OK. Tmpgenc will now return to the main screen.

10.There you have to define the output’s name and location by on the bottom (as shown in the image) Click "Run" .

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Another dialog box will pop up showing the progress.

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When it’s finished, you will be redirected to the main screen.
Now you need to save out the second half of the movie!


11.Again double click the movie.

12.Now move the slide bar to exactly where the you marked the end of the first part. In the picture this would be 46 seconds

13. Click the { button to mark the start, then move to the last frame before clicking } to mark the end. This is now the second part of the movie.

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14. Click OK

15. Repeat step 10

16. It’s finished, you’re done!

wan to burn the vcd now? Monty's guide to burning a VCD (with nero)

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