I have about a dozen 20-30 minute films I have captured to video tape and have loaded into my system. Because of some of the content of the tape, and historical/geneological images, I would like to break the films down to individual scenes and then attach metadata and other info to the scenes for later tracking or sorting. (Through Bridge)
With the films captured, though, it is a bit problematic. Making sub clips, or "converting to master clip" doesn't work (which was expected) but is there any way to use scene detection with the existing AVI file, to break the films down to individual clips? Or, is my best bet to re-capture the films with scene detection set to on and use those individual clips?
Using Win Vista, with CS3 collection...
If it is HDV material, you can use HDVSplit to apply scene detection and splitting from your hard disk, if it is SD material, you need the recapture with scene detection, but best use Scenalyzer for that.
Yep, that's what I thought. I was thinking of scenealyzer as well...