IFrames is a program written in C# .Net to process a digital video stream
format), select sections of same, and write it out to an Mpeg file (.mpg
It originated from my frustration at the multitude of freeware
tools required to cut transport streams into pieces, join them together and
write them in another format. The program was written to manipulate transport stream
format files from WebScheduler. It has been
tested on most Australian free to air digital broadcast formats. The transports
stream should only include one video and audio stream (i.e. WebScheduler TSMux
capture type). It should work when more
than one stream is present, but it will only use the first stream found.
This software is supplied as freeware only for
non-commercial use. Download and unzip the file, place it somewhere
convenient on your computer and run it! Click the tooltips checkbox to
provide pop-up help.
Download IFrames( 188.8.131.52)
(requires .Net 2.x Framework runtime)
I now have an updated version built with a few bug
fixes and other minor improvements. the main user interface change is to the cut
button which is now split in three parts. Click the central part to cut without
saving this point as a user defined cut point. Click the left portion of the cut
button to add the frame to the left of the cut point as a user defined cut
point. Click the right portion of the cut button to add the frame to the right
of the cut point as a user defined cut point.
(requires .Net 2.x framework runtime)
Download IFrames(184.108.40.206) (requires
.Net3.x framework runtime)
Please delete the IFrames_user_cuts.cut file or click "Clear Cut History" button if you use version
2.2 in the same directory as version 2.1 as it uses a different file format.
Known Issues: Some high definition video streams only display the left
half of the picture, however the full video frame is still written to the
output file. Sometimes a delay after choosing cut file while it loads before
you can use it. Wait and it does appear. Initial frames may not appear till
you click on the frame-line. Darn it I thought I had fixed that.
Future Work: More command line options,
better auto-split cuts for low light video content, add multi-stream .ts