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    Talking Splitting Video Files

    Really sorry if this has been discussed before but I cant seem to find anything that will do this and Im sure there is a way of doing this.

    I have a VHS video tape which has about 6 programs on it. Each program varies in length some 30mins some are 45 mins for example.

    Is there a way to put the whole tape onto the computer (I know how to do this bit), import the video file into a program, select the points where the program starts, then where the program finishes, then mark the next one in the same way etc etc, then export all the video files in one hit. So you would get for example a folder with the big video file in it then 6 files smaller in size, 1 for each program.

    I dont mind if it takes ages to export the files, I just want to spend say 20 mins putting the markers in then leave it doing it, over night for example.

    I know a long way of doing it, but that involves rendering each program in turn, but its taking me ages.

    I have AVS media tools, fab program for converting stuff in batch, but cant seem to find a way of doing it in that program, and premier pro CS3.

    I dont mind buying another program to do it as long as it supports lots of file formats.

    Thanks for any help and suggestions.

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    Take a look at the TMPGenc range of software. Xpress 4.5 will do exactly what you need. I use it often and it's very good. You can batch edits up and process then overnight.

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    VirtualDub should be able to do it once you have it digitised.

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