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Editing Mp4 files and eyeTv


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I have television programmes in Mp4 format and was wondering how I edit the adverts out? I have idvd but can't seem to edit with that. Doe's anyone know of any other programme that may help with my problem?

I also have eyeTv and I am sure you can edit it in their before exporting but I can't seem to find how it works. I have tried other forums and looked on the net but no joy.

I know the MacForum guys and girls can help as they have done many times.

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Anyone?
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MPEG Streamclip can cut out bits of a movie and resave as MP4

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I am doing it with iMovie which hopefully will work.

I will look up Mpeg Steamclip

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You are on the right track. iDVD is not a video editor. iMovie is.

EyeTV allows you to edit it's recordings, but I don't think it can load other file types.

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