Author Topic: DGAVCIndex for capping frames from H.264 files  (Read 6420 times)

mlaviolette

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DGAVCIndex for capping frames from H.264 files
« on: September 13, 2008, 02:35:18 PM »
The latest DGAVCIndex (freeware from Donald Graft) is a great little tool that makes capping individual frames from the Hauppauge H.264 ts files a breeze.  His latest build added support for the scroll wheel and a capture-to-clipboard function.  DGAVCIndex is part of his DGAVCDec product - I only use the DGAVCIndex part to cap frames.  You can find the download link by searching www.videohelp.com for DGAVCDec in the tools section.
« Last Edit: September 13, 2008, 11:15:03 PM by mlaviolette »

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Re: DGAVCIndex for capping frames from H.264 files
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2009, 01:01:48 PM »
I would like to pick out individual frames from a ts that contains H.264 (created by the new Hauppauge HD PVR) so I can copy/paste them into a photo editor. I do this now with the MPEG version of VirtualDub by using it to edit the .mpg, then copy the frame to the clipboard and paste it into a very old version of LviewPro. Is there a ts tool that will allow me to do the same with H.264 data? Thanks.