Load current cut marks to the next video?

sarkis

New member
hey im cutting multiple videos with same cuts marks duration on all of them is it possible to have an option to keep cut marks when i load the next video?
 

jmc

Active member
Tools>Options>"Chapters marks">Output Format>"Automatically create a Chapter File"

Imagine there may be someway to rename something somewhere to link the ChapterFile to new videos.

I also believe I've saved off a project file and edited it to load the video I wanted with it.
This probably more what you want but is a bit of a PITA.
 
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tobyW

Member
Not sure I've understood the question, but if so here is another suggestion.

- After marking your cut points on a video file, do a "Save Project" to a .prj file.
- Close that video file (e.g. File->Close), then hide it (e.g. move or rename it).
- Now drag the .prj file back into the editor. It can't find its video file, so it invites you to manually choose another.
 

Dan203

Senior Developer
Staff member
Actually there is an easier way. Save your project to a .vprj as toby suggests, but then open the new file and select Edit->Apply project file. That will apply a .vprj file to any open file.
 

jmc

Active member
Actually there is an easier way. Save your project to a .vprj as toby suggests, but then open the new file and select Edit->Apply project file. That will apply a .vprj file to any open file.
Thank You! Sure beats the way I was trying it.
 

tobyW

Member
As we approach the end of another year, this is another example of why VideoRedo is a pleasure to use, not just another piece of software.

I liken it to a work of art by old masters, hanging above the mantelpiece. From time to time as it captures one's gaze, it reveals yet another interesting little detail, illustrating the skill and forethought of its creators.

Best of all, this masterpiece is alive with constant touch-ups and new features.

We users appreciate your efforts, guys. Keep it up!
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
HI TobyW, Thank you for the kind words they are very much appreciated.
 

Dan203

Senior Developer
Staff member
As we approach the end of another year, this is another example of why VideoRedo is a pleasure to use, not just another piece of software.

I liken it to a work of art by old masters, hanging above the mantelpiece. From time to time as it captures one's gaze, it reveals yet another interesting little detail, illustrating the skill and forethought of its creators.

Best of all, this masterpiece is alive with constant touch-ups and new features.

We users appreciate your efforts, guys. Keep it up!
Thanks. I added that feature internally because we needed it to apply the output of the new profile based AdScan feature. I figured I'd expose it in a menu too just in case someone could use it. Looks like you have the perfect use case for it.
 

Paul Webster

New member
I'm glad to see that this is planned because I was about to write an enhancement request for something very similar.
My use case is open up TV recording and manual mark the adverts then try to Save but it fails with an error that can only be corrected by running Quick Stream Fix.
I suggest that after a Quick Stream Fix where the source had cut marks inserted then there should be an option to open up the newly fixed stream using the same marks.
It does lead to the bigger question though ... could Save perform the Quick Stream Fix function in the background as it is saving?
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
What kind of errors are you getting while saving that then requires QSF? Most instances of QSF occur when we can't accurately determine the duration of the video and/or are unable to accurately seek. If you've already manually marked up a video, then QSF shouldn't be necessary. The differences between a QSF save and normal save are minimal, mostly some differences in how audio / video resyncing if handled and that depends on the source codec. What codec is your source video?
 
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