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These guides describes how to edit, cut, join, repair/fix video, subtitling, frameserving and also advanced editing.

How to cut/join/edit Blu-ray, AVCHD, DVD,SVCD or MPEG2
How to cut/join/edit VCD or MPEG1
How to cut/join/edit AVI/DivX/XviD/H264/AVC/WMV/ASF/MKV/MP4/MTS/M2TS
How to repair/fix video or audio
How to add subtitles to a video
How to extract/remove subtitles/logo from a video
How to frameserve
How to edit with advanced audio and video tools


 
 How to frameserve
 
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Using a frameserver between Premiere and TMPGEnc



Although most people recognise TMPGEnc's excellent encoding quality, and many are willing to put up with its long encoding times, it's sometimes not possible (and rarely if ever practical) to export your entire project to an AVI file and then load that file into TMPGEnc. Ideally TMPGEnc should be able to work as a plug-in to video editing programs, allowing the editor to export directly to MPEG-2 from the timeline. Unfortunately this is not possible, but there is a process that's close enough (as long as you're editing in Adobe Premiere version 5 or above): frame serving.

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http://dvd-hq.info/Frameserver.html

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Rui del-Negro  May 10, 2003  May 10, 2003  9.3/10 (14 votes ) 10014  320522 
 
       


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