Optical video scene detection software
Description by the Publisher
HandySaw DS is a software program designed to help people who work with nonlinear editing (NLE) software to speed up the digitalization process. It accomplishes this by detecting scene changes in the source material, which is usually captured as one or several large files, and dividing the initial video into separate scenes. The program offers two methods of scene detection: optical detection and date of shooting. Optical detection analyzes the content of the video file to detect scene changes, while date of shooting uses the time and date of shooting of each frame of video on a tape during recording to search for scenes.
HandySaw DS also features a powerful tool for manual editing called the Manual Trimmer, which allows users to check the correctness of automatic partitioning, delete unnecessary scenes, cut off any scene, splice two scenes, divide a scene in the defined place on two, give names to scenes, enter comments to scenes, and place the unnumbered markers that will be accessible in Adobe Premiere. Additionally, HandySaw DS can copy each scene in separate file of the same format without recompression using FFmpeg software and supports batch mode processing and a command line interface. Finally, the program can generate reports on splitting a videofile, which can be printed out or saved in sequence of BMP files by means of tool Clip Sheet.
Limitations in the Downloadable Version
15 scenes saved
Unique Product ID: PID-0600E9629F03
Unique Publisher ID: BID-F500E9629F03