?? it just cutting off at the same point about 2 min from the end no matter what you do???
|Originally posted by antibody128
I'm not sure I'm following the problem. It sounds to me that you are following the directions so it should work, but isn't. So I guess I need more info on exactly what's happening. For instance, are you saying that no matter what you do you are getting some clipping of the last 2 min. I don't think you can expect rtvedit to be perfectly frame accurate for editing as if you were using Womble or something. It's possible you are doing it right and you are still going to clip a small part of that 2 min.
Or is it just cutting off at the same point about 2 min from the end no matter what you do? .....
It is the last commerical break of more than one NBC 30 minute program...
the following all happens during the last two minutes of the 30 minute time slot..
The main show end and a commerical break happens...
They come back for the commerical break and start the production logos.. first the NBC Peacock, then the production company logo then they start running the ending credits...using a split screen where on one side of the screen they show either a wrap up of the show or bloopers from making the show..
Now unless some file is not getting saved correctly on my system...
no mater what I try to do at the point that the NBC Peacock come back on the screen to the point where the final credit rolls...
Is always getting trimmed...!?!?!
The points are al most always between 0:29:19:xxx and 0:29:50:xxx
Less than 30 seconds of programing...
The info is on the "RAW" RTV MPEG and can be viewed on the computer..
Here is a sample of the last few minutes of the ETV file..
and as you can see "29:19" is not even listed and if I add it it does not seem to make any difference....
I have tried to changing the "A029:06.522" to "D029:06.522" with no help...
I know that the program does not do "FRAME EDITS" but just like editing on a old VHS video recorder.. if you know how much the tape moves when you hit stop you can either play ahead or behind depending on the machine and make some really great edits.