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Old 26th April 2018, 13:10   #21  |  Link
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I work often with TSDoctor and I cut ts-files with that, too. There are no freezes or stuttering. But TSDoc cuts the movies only at I-Frames. The cutting is not frame exact.

Yes an export without menu is possible. BUT the most DVBTV-transport-streams are not compatible to the BluRay standard. In this case TAW will reencode the movie.

For your case try: VideoReDo, TSDoctor or TMPGEnc MPEG Smart Renderer 5

http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/tmsr5.html

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Thanks, I had found TMPGEnc MPEG Smart Renderer but it's quite expensive for the use I have.

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I work often with TSDoctor and I cut ts-files with that, too. There are no freezes or stuttering.
Even with interlaced h264 ?
And can it append segments ?
I could do this with Tsmuxer but it's not that precise ; you can't cut on the i-frame you want, only on the timing. And there is no preview.
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Even with interlaced h264 ?
Yes, I think so.


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And can it append segments ?
No, I don't know how. There is a filemerge tool, when your TV-receiver splits one recording.


You can download a trial of TSDoc and try for yourself.
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Ok thanks.
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If there are some frames that aren't accepted then only this few frames will be encoded. And that will be displayed.
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I would like to find out how this software managed to insert a new cell in a commercial videostream, which had to be strictly compatible with the standard, without recoding at least partially the video? And what reason had TAW discovered to consider a perfect legit video as "smart rendering"-able?

Reading about is not the same as FC /B (for binary). I bet you'll have a surprise.
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