Good video editing software?

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  1. Jiehfeng
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    Jiehfeng A Racist

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    Is there any video editing software which can import .TS files? I tried wondershare video editor but there's audio sync issues. And avidemux is too slow. And it doesn't have to be a free program.
     
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    What standard is embedded within the .ts files?
    For MPEG1/2 stuff
    http://neuron2.net/dgmpgdec/dgmpgdec.html
    For AVC/H264 there is http://www.videohelp.com/tools/DGAVCDec though I have not put it through its paces for AVC sporting transport streams.

    The author also has a further set of tools aimed at using graphics cards to speed decoding, though you do get to pay for those.
    Edit. Also in the free world is a MVC (3d video) but I have not so much as even downloaded the binary there.

    You then get to feed it on to other programs, avisynth and megui are what took things for me there but not so many people seem to be down with avisynth these days. I am actually not sure what goes for other programs but the decoders I would quite happily use terms like "reference grade" to describe.
     
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    i would convert it from .ts to a ps container .mpg with avidemux .
     
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    Umm, do those programs allow me to split videos and combine videos? Like normal video editing softwares?


    It's too slow.
     
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    SONY VEGAS PRO 9 can import .ts files,my capture card(avermedia dark crystal hd) captures my gameplay in that format.
    i believe that only 9 can, so dont get any higher version hoping that they will
    also it can do every thing you where asking
     
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    Funny how I just tried it. I tried pro 12, it imports .ts files. :D
    But I think my PC is too slow and there's so much lag.
     
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    Avisynth can do basically everything up until the points where you might have to consider playing with after effects or a 3d modeller. So yeah frame accurate trimming and splicing is certainly possible.

    Beyond that the DG?dec stuff can technically merge and trim videos as well. I tend to use it more when I am ripping a DVD or fiddling with the results of a camcorder. Here a continuous section of video might be split between files and it can put it back together there.

    I should have also mentioned you can feed avisynth scripts into other programs as well. This means if you wanted you could fiddle with DG?dec, make a basic decode script in avisynth and feed that into a "normal" video editor.
     
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    Current favorite freebie when it comes to editing videos. :)

    http://www.shotcut.org/

     
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    I have always used Sony Vegas Pro before I learned how to use Final Cut Pro. :)