Free Video Editor: Converting, but lossless?

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  • #9854

    Bonobo
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    Hello,

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    in a lot of my TV recordings (.mpg, .ts) there are advertisements which I would like to cut away. For this task I would like to use Free Video Editor. However, I’m wondering whether FVE is really lossless:

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    When I select a region of my video and click on “Save video”, I get a popup which says “Conversion in progress”. But when it’s converting, doesn’t that mean that there will be losses?

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    Many thanks

    Bonny

    #50738

    Mikki
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    Hi. Thanks for your report. Please one more time send all your details, and your program log files so the specialists can start analyzing your case as soon as possible. Instruction:
    1. Launch 'Log Report'
    Start → All programs (Apps on Windows 8) → DVDVideoSoft → Log Report or just press Ctrl+Alt+L.
    2. Click 'OK' to open the folder with archived logs.
    3. Send '_logs_to_send' to Help Desk

    #50742

    Bonobo
    Participant
    Hello Mikki,

    I'm not sure what has happened here.

    Yesterday I had opened two different threads, but with two completely different questions. It seems that one of the threads has been deleted, and on this one an answer has been given which doesn't address the question?

    Many thanks and regards
    Bonny

    #50743

    Bonobo
    Participant
    P.S. In this thread, I am asking a technical question - it is *not* a bug report.

    #50753

    Joyce
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    Hi,
    The conversion is usually lossy. However, it is possible to have it less lossy or more lossy, so to say. :-)
    The best way to have less losses in your video is to put choose similar settings in the output and input files.
    For example, if you choose original format, the programm will preserve the qualty of the original file. So the loss can be minimal. You need to try editing your videos and if something goes wrong, report this to us asap. We will investifate on our end. Good luck :-)

    #50759

    Bonobo
    Participant
    Hello Joyce,

    I'm wondering: Would it *theoretically* be possible to cut single frames out of a .ts transport stream, without *any* quality losses at all, for the frames which are being left in the video? (I'm *not* talking about converting into another format, instead I mean taking a .ts file and cutting away single frames, leaving the rest untouched and "as is").

    Many thanks and regards
    Bonny

    #50773

    Joyce
    Participant
    Well, you can try to cut a couple of your files and compare the results.
    Even if that it is written "Conversion in progress", it idoes not exactly mean that the conversion from one format to another takes place here. If the original format is set, you will get the input quality.
    If you are not satisfied with your result, send me your problem file for tests (via Helpdesk), I will investigate the case further.

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