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Thread: How to skip chunks with Vsplit?

  1. #1
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    How to skip chunks with Vsplit?

    I have a bad ty that I want to skip the first few junks. I guess my memory is bad because I can't seem to get it working.

    Are other switches besides -j needed?

    I did the following:

    c:\vsplit -j 50 c:\mymovie.ty c:\mymovie.m2v c:\mymovie.mpa

    Do I need some other switches?
    I tried to search, but, could not find the original vsplit command line info.

  2. #2
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    RxMan

    Try going back to your tytool and under options - set the initial jump point to 50 or whatever you want - then go to process ty stream

    This will vsplit the stream and skip[ the first 50 chunks

    --Hobby--

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    Re: How to skip chunks with Vsplit?

    Originally posted by RxMan
    I have a bad ty that I want to skip the first few junks. I guess my memory is bad because I can't seem to get it working.

    Are other switches besides -j needed?

    I did the following:

    c:\vsplit -j 50 c:\mymovie.ty c:\mymovie.m2v c:\mymovie.mpa

    Do I need some other switches?
    I tried to search, but, could not find the original vsplit command line info.
    There is no space between -j and the #. So your command should be

    c:\vsplit -j50 c:\mymovie.ty c:\mymovie.m2v c:\mymovie.mpa

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