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Discussion in 'TiVo Home Media Features & TiVoToGo' started by DigitalDawn, Apr 10, 2017.

  1. DigitalDawn

    DigitalDawn Member

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    I recently recorded a couple of awards shows that I want to edit. Just want to take a few performances out and save them to my PC.

    I have TiVo desktop Plus so I can get everything downloaded, but I need editing software to cut out the segments I want to save.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. dlfl

    dlfl Cranky old novice

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    VideoReDo TV Suite: VideoReDo MPEG Video Editor

    You can download, install and register for a free trial in the menu system. You then get the full (uncrippled) product for 15 days unlimited use for free.
     
  3. ClearToLand

    ClearToLand Old !*#$% Tinkerer!

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    • Free or paid software?
    • One-time deal or recurring event? (the editing of different .tivo / .mpeg files)
     
  4. DigitalDawn

    DigitalDawn Member

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    I would be willing to pay for software -- especially if it would allow me to also burn videos to Blu-Ray.
     
  5. ClearToLand

    ClearToLand Old !*#$% Tinkerer!

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    Try out VideoReDo...
     
  6. philco782

    philco782 New Member

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    VideoReDo is really quite easy to use, well written software, and kept up to date.
     
  7. DigitalDawn

    DigitalDawn Member

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    It does work well. Thanks to all for the suggestion.

    The only problem is that VideoReDo doesn't author/burn Blu-Rays. Is there a way to take the output of this program and author/burn to BD?
     
  8. Dan203

    Dan203 Super Moderator Staff Member TCF Club

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    If you use a true BD authoring tool it will most likely require you to completely recode the video, which isn't ideal. There is a free program called multi-AVCHD that can create psuedo BD discs without recoding that will play in most BD players. It's a bit of a geek tool though, so not the easiest to use. But if you can figure it out it should do what you want. It even allows you to burn HD content to regular DVDs that will play in most BD players. (cheaper discs)
     
  9. DigitalDawn

    DigitalDawn Member

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    Thanks Dan. I'll take a look.
     

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