Is there anyone, who can confirm the following behavior with either MovieCutter or the internal cutting function?
keith_leitch hat geschrieben:Well, if I edit a file using MovieCutter, then try to play it using VLC Media Player or Windows Media Player, the software reports that it is an invalid or corrupt file. I can play it using Media Player Classic, but with limited transport control.
If I try to write it to a DVD using Windows DVD Maker, the software again reports that it is corrupt. I did manage to get around this by loading certain codecs first, but this burned a DVD that I could not watch; it simply did not play anything in any player, even on the PC.
If so, could you please do a test and answer the following question then?
chris86 hat geschrieben:-> Does the problem with your MediaPlayers occur on every recording that has been cut? Or does it happen only if you removed the beginning (and/or the ending) of the file?
(Could you please try that?)
I am currently doing some tests regarding this behavior and it could be possible to create a workaround for this.
Therefore I would need someone in Australia to do some specific tests, including up- and downloading of short sample recordings, cutting and providing log files...
Anyone willing to do this?
(Note: This applies only to Toppies, that are using the Australian '.mpg' format, not the European '.rec' format).