|How to edit AVCHD file|
Do you actively shoot HD video with your cutting-edge cameras? New format – AVCHD is getting more and more popular. It is already supported by wide range of cameras like Panasonic GH1, Panasonic HDC-SD800, JVC GZ-HM30BEU HD, Sony HDR-CX115EB Full HD, Sony HDR-CX250EB Full-HD, Sony NEX-7B Systemkamera, Canon LEGRIA HF S21 AVCHD-Camcorder and so on and so forth. To meet a need of editing your AVCHD video fast and losslessly – SolveigMM Video Spliter is a best solution ever.
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How to join AVCHD files
An understanding of some basic terms used in this guide will help you to comfortably start using SolveigMM Video Splitter.
Marker is a constituent part of a fragment consisting of two markers: start and end. Markers can be added or deleted. Operations such as deleting and positioning are applied to the selected markers only.
Fragment is a part of a video (or audio) file, defined by two markers, which can be removed or kept in a final movie, (e.g. a commercial block you want to cut off). Selected fragments are marked in orange. Fragments marked as 'cut off' are greyed out.
Control Panel contains the main tools for file processing.
A description of window elements is provided in table below.
In our example we will edit the initial AVCHD file by cutting off two fragments with frame accuracy in one pass.
Note: You can cancel the latest action you made. The Undo command of the Edit menu is intended for cancelling the last action. The command name also contains the name of the last action, e.g. Undo (Add Marker), see Figure 3. The Redo command of the Edit menu is used to perform the cancelled action. This command is inactive if no actions were undone. When the command is undimmed it contains the name of the last undone action (see Figure 3).
7. Click the button to mark the selected fragment as 'cut off'. The selected fragment will be greyed out (see Basic Terms).
9. Click the button to start the file processing.
11. Click the Save button. You will see the current progress of the splitting process.
The new saved file will not contain the two fragments marked as 'cut off'.
Additional information about features of SolveigMM Video Splitter can be found on the website and in the SolveigMM Video Splitter User Guide.