All I want is to remove the last few seconds of an avi movie I shot on a small digital camera. I have searched on here without luck. The ones I've tried so far from Google either are unfathomable, freeze my comp or do not include sound.Here is the video: click here
Have you tried Windows Movie Maker, assuming you have XP.
Also have you checked whether your digicam has the ability to crop within its own settings/options.
Use this - click here1] File – Open vid file click here2] There are two flag icons. Click the left one. Drag the slider along to where you want it to end and click the right flag. click here3] Click on Video then on compression. I suggest XviD 'cos it better than DivX, but DivX is peachy - click here4] Click on Audio then on Full Stream Mode. It is that which will allow you access to the audio compression settings when you click it again.- click here 5] Press F7 and pick a place to save it.
I was looking for Movie Maker earlier, it must be hiding.It's not a digicam, it's a tiny digital still camera that can also shoot short movies. I was just trying it out.
Hmmm, Movie Maker should be in Start>All Programs>Windows Movie Makerif it does not show there, do a Search, and if it still does not show up, put your XP CD in the drive and install Windows Movie Maker.
Thanks, I'm on the laptop at the moment, I will give Virtualdub a go when back on the desktop.
Likewise, i shall have another look.
Movie Maker was in Accessories!
VirtualDub - couldn't get the sound right, probably me not used to it. Will keep it for the future, though.Movie Maker - once the penny dropped you had to split it, then delete the unwanted section, was OK. Only thing, it would only save as wmv, but that's OK for now.Thanks both.Edited version: click hereI've deleted the original from YouTube, so the link in my first post will no longer work.
Graham, holaGlad you fixed it. As you are going to keep VirtualDub anyway, it's worth mentioning that it's the legion of filters that can be found for it that makes it fun.
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