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This is a complex question that I could not answer in an easy way.
But I can put it this way,
if you can come up with a little script that trim your video into small parts, and combine themtogether in a final video,
you can reuse the same script in a later time, by simply changing the input video file name, and the value indicating the start and end of each trimed video.AKH 於 10/2/2021 21:04 寫道:
Thanks. So does that mean I have to write code each time I want to mark the start and end of a video clip I want to cut and paste?
On 10/02/2021 10:44, William wrote:
I think you have two options.
1. download the ffmpeg and run the codes in cmd window.
you can learn all those codes from ffmpeg official site.
2. download python, learn python basic and download moviepy
moviepy do provide a not very comprehensive document on the web.
AKH AKH 於 10/2/2021 17:54 寫道:
Hi Luke and Brian
Sounds very useful. How do I loearn the code for basic trimming of video, please?
Keen to learn.
On 10/02/2021 00:38, Brian Vogel wrote:
On Tue, Feb 9, 2021 at 07:33 PM, William wrote:
Doing stuff like this through code,we donot have to deal with all those-
inaccessible or problematic gui issues.
One of the great tragedies of the rise of the GUIs was the virtual disappearance of understanding and use of command line interfaces (or certain interpreted code interfaces) by a large number of computer users.
There are really times when a CLI is vastly superior to a GUI for doing certain things. And they're generally as close to 100% accessible as you can get.
I commend you for mentioning one of these options, as what you say is true whether one has sight or does not.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042
The depths of denial one can be pushed to by outside forces of disapproval can make you not even recognize yourself to yourself.
~ Brian Vogel