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FYI: Precut, my open-source app for splitting media files without transcoding

Enthusiast ,
May 30, 2017

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Earlier this month I started a thread about an app I was creating that allowed source media splits to be edited/split from a Premiere project without transcoding and recompression. I've published my app today.

Here is a youtube video describing what the app does:

Precut - Adobe Premiere edits without transcoding - YouTube

And here is the homepage for the app, including a download link and full online manual. The app is free and open-souce:

Precut Home Page

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FYI: Precut, my open-source app for splitting media files without transcoding

Enthusiast ,
May 30, 2017

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Earlier this month I started a thread about an app I was creating that allowed source media splits to be edited/split from a Premiere project without transcoding and recompression. I've published my app today.

Here is a youtube video describing what the app does:

Precut - Adobe Premiere edits without transcoding - YouTube

And here is the homepage for the app, including a download link and full online manual. The app is free and open-souce:

Precut Home Page

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 30, 2017

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I, for one, am looking forward to trying this.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 30, 2017

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This is interesting, would very much like to try.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 30, 2017

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Although not mentioned in you video, in a quick look through the manual you list an arg (argument, as in statement, I suppose ... ) for handles, so this can also naturally create handles for each clip.

Looks very useful ...

Neil

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May 30, 2017

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Thanks very much!  I'll take a look at this tomorrow.

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Glad to see something like this!  I've really been missing doing this with Final Cut Pro classic's Media Manager for awhile now.

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Jul 11, 2020

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I've been trying to get a similar thing working with ffmpeg, to edit with proxies then consolidated HiRes (remote sources, limited bandwidth).

 

Just found your site & going to give it a go.

 

One issue is going to be retaining source timecode for the relink to work.

 

Another is dealing with J and L cuts and non sync audio (although possibly proxy audio could be full quality & I just consolidate video).

 

But thanks for creating anyway

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