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To record selected movie scenes through vlc

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tellranga

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I am planning to collect samples of extrodinary clippings from great movies (like chasing scene / action scene / breath taking specia effects etc) in my library.
I am using vlc media player in my Laptop. Is it possible to record selected movie scenes through vlc/any other player.

many thanks,
ranga.
 
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I dont think its possible with VLC.


I would keep my eyes glued to this thread to find alternatives.


One software I know is "free video cutter" but it compromises the quality of the video! :sad:
 

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Kannan is saying same,use video cutter.Check format of video file.

For Divx/Xvid I use Solveigg without reducing PQ.
DVD cutter for DVD.MKV cutter is on net too.
Video CD cutter for MPEG1.
 

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VLC Media Player itself is having a video cutter option.
Navigate the following menu,
  • View/Advanced Controls
  • Click Record Button(red filled circle) to start & end the selected scene of the movie.
  • By default the recorded clippings will be stored in My Documents.

Since editing is done by VLC Player itself, I strongly beleive there will be no compromise in quality. I am yet to play such clippings in my Home Thetere setup, though it is playing fine in the Laptop.

Happy Editing ...

Note - In the same menu, apart from record ,you also have dedicated button to take snapshots & play any specific video scene repeatedly.
 
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