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    Default Frame Removal

    Hi Everyone

    I am new to this site and I am sorry if this question has been asked already.

    I have a panasonic DV camera and a standard firewire card.

    For sometime now I have been looking for some video editing/capture software that to me offers the a very basic facility.

    I want to be able to select a single frame or multi frames (just like you can select files in windows with the CTRL or SHIFT key) and press delete to remove the frame(s).

    Currently the software I have and come across can only do this by doing a "cut in" / "cut out" and making lots of little videos and then merge them together.

    If anyone can suggest a product that will do this simple editing facility I would be most grateful.


    Rob. &

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