This software analyzes video content and identifies scene changes, dividing the video into distinct segments. Additionally, it can utilize DV recording-time stamps to detect scenes for further separation.
Optical Detection analyzes the content of the video file to detect scene changes, whereas Date of Shooting uses time and date of shooting to search for scenes. There is support for many video formats and the program operates in YUV or RGB color space. This feature-rich software offers a wide range of ways to represent information from splitting into scenes, including copying each scene to a separate file using internal routines or third-party software such as ffmpeg or VirtualDub. Additionally, Final Cut XML, libraries in format PLB and PSQ for Adobe Premiere, EDL files for Sony Vegas and EDUIS, and edition lists in HTML format are all supported.
HandySaw DS can copy each scene in a separate file of the same format without recompression using FFmpeg software. It supports batch mode processing and a command-line interface. Finally, the program can generate reports on splitting a video file, which can be printed out or saved in sequence of BMP files by means of tool Clip Sheet. All in all, HandySaw DS is an excellent software program that comes packed with features and functionality to help you speed up your NLE workflow.
First x64 version of HandySaw DS
Add support for HighDPI displays
FFmpeg is updated to 4.4.1 version
Ability to append scene comment to file name during splitting was added
New FFmpeg Splitting Engine profile 'MP4 High Quality' was added
All FFmpeg Splitting Engine profiles was updated so all streams except data streams are copied from source to t