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Split MPEG video from command line?
Windows freeware/opensource video editor.

I've looked at the other answers, and ffmpeg doesn't help because I need to see the video of where to clip it.

There's a zillion freeware programs that all are happily willing to re-encode the video for you, but it's a streaming protocol. I just want something that will split the file at a frame boundary. I've also found a few freeware tools that do this except they don't actually work when you start pressing the buttons.

How can I see where I am splitting the mpeg file?

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marked as duplicate by Molly, John T, quack quixote, fretje, Ivo Flipse Feb 19 '10 at 5:47

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ffmpeg will do the job, duplicate:… – Molly7244 Feb 18 '10 at 18:06
have you been through the other questions here: ? which programs did you try that "don't actually work"? – quack quixote Feb 19 '10 at 0:43
I'm missing the part where ffmpeg lets me scroll through the video and select the frame to split at that way. – Stu Feb 19 '10 at 20:46

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