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Old 4th April 2021, 00:46   #1  |  Link
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Editing in VirtualDub

In VirtualDub, I can select and delete a section of video. I can select, cut and append a section of video to the end of the same video. But what I am trying to do is to cut a short section out of a video and insert that clip into a separate video, call it Video #2.

Such a task would be a routine matter if done in my Premier Elements editing program, but I would like to effect this task in VirtualDub so that my VHS-to-VirtualDub-captured AVI will be the complete starting video file to then be loaded into my editing program for further editing. (Thus perhaps avoiding and additional re-encoding and/or having to retain both capture files.)

In VirtualDub, can one cut a section of video from video file #1 and insert it into video file #2? Might the VirtualDub “Export” / “Import” function come into play here?

Thank you.
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In VirtualDub, I can select and delete a section of video. I can select, cut and append a section of video to the end of the same video. But what I am trying to do is to cut a short section out of a video and insert that clip into a separate video, call it Video #2.

Such a task would be a routine matter if done in my Premier Elements editing program, but I would like to effect this task in VirtualDub so that my VHS-to-VirtualDub-captured AVI will be the complete starting video file to then be loaded into my editing program for further editing. (Thus perhaps avoiding and additional re-encoding and/or having to retain both capture files.)

In VirtualDub, can one cut a section of video from video file #1 and insert it into video file #2? Might the VirtualDub “Export” / “Import” function come into play here?

Thank you.
Are they the same characteristics (same dimensions, same audio channels, sampling rate etc...) ?

Another way is to join file #1 and file #2 in the same vdub instance, then edit them (cut, paste, delete whatever sections)

eg.
file=>edit append avi segmeent
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Are they the same characteristics (same dimensions, same audio channels, sampling rate etc...) ?

Another way is to join file #1 and file #2 in the same vdub instance, then edit them (cut, paste, delete whatever sections)

eg.
file=>edit append avi segment
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Yes, all of the characteristics that I set are identical (one VHS capture made immediately after the other). Since, however, I captured using the UT Video codec (thus I did not set the sampling rate), perhaps you would regard this as not the same sampling rates.

Regarding your "Another way" suggestion: I was not previously aware of the "File =>Append AVI Segment" function. I suppose I simply never noticed it. I see it now and will test it.

Thank you.

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