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1. How to Save a Video Clip?
 

You will work with the Save dialog window to select a number of parameters for the Save. Most importantly, you need to specify an MPEG format to save.

The editor supports all MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 formats as listed below.

Video Bit Stream (VBS): This contains only MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 compressed video data, a.k.a. video elementary stream.

MPEG-1 Systems (SYS): This is the MPEG-1 multiplexed data format. It usually contains both compressed video and compressed audio data formatted with additional information for audio video synchronization.

Video CD (VCD): This is a special case of MPEG-1 Systems stream with a limited set of video, audio and compression parameters, mainly to facilitate the video distribution using a conventional CD-ROM disk.

MPEG-2 Program Stream (PS): This is an MPEG-2 multiplexed data format, very similar to MPEG-1 Systems format with minor changes and mainly for formatting MPEG-2 compressed video and audio data. This is the format used by the Digital Video Disk (DVD) format.

MPEG-2 Transport Stream (TS): This is another MPEG-2 multiplexed data format, and it is mainly used for transmission of multi-program MPEG-2 compressed contents over telecommunication channels.

Edited Clip List (List): Also known as an Editor Project file, this is a text file used by the Editor. It stores all the editing information as a list of clips. It could be loaded to create a new Editor or loaded into the Video Clipboard. It could also be used to schedule a Save. In addition, the Womble MPEG audio player recognizes a list file and play all the audio content in the list continuously regardless of the different video and audio formats.

For those experts who wish to have a complete control over the MPEG encoding process, an advanced dialog window is provided for selecting MPEG video encoding parameters including image size, picture rate, bit rate, and video format (MPEG-1 or MPEG-2).


 

It may be helpful for you to read other closely related topics:

2. How to select video encoder parameters?
3. How to use MPEG MBS Scan?
4. How to use Batch Save Manager?
5. How to use Video Clip List?
6. How to use MPEG Video GOP Fixer?

 

 

 
 
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