HDVSplit 0.77 beta

5 from 2 Reviews

HDVSplit is a powerful tool helping you capture HDTV streams from your camcorder. It splits scenes by timestamp.

Another action you can perform in HDVSplit is splitting MPEG-2 Transport Stream files previously captured, as any new scenes are detected by date and time read from the M2T file.

A MPEG-2 decoder is sufficient for preview, or you can use ffdshow.

HDVSplit supports the following HDV camcorders:

Sony HDR-HC1, Sony HVR-A1, and Sony HDR-FX1.

During the capture process, HDVSplit enables you to synchronize audio and video streams and to preview frames in order to capture only the scenes you are interested in.

HDVSplit is easier to use than it looks, and even beginners can handle it by following the instructions offered by the software. All functions are easily accessible and there are no advanced functions confusing the average user.
Reviews & Comments
HDVSplit 0.77 beta
on 27 October 2007

Where did you find the required DVHS driver for Vista?

HDVSplit 0.77 beta
on 02 June 2007
I bought a new computer, installed Windows Vista and Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 just to notice that Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 doesn't work with Vista (at least with 64bit)

Bought a new hard disk and installed Windows XP and Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0. (Didn't want to uninstall Vista because I don't know if MS is ever going to accept my Vista validation again if I later on move back to Vista ...)

Started to capture video from my Sony HDV camcorder just to notice that scene detection in Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 doesn't work with HDV.

I was ready to throw Adobe away and buy a new version of Pinnacle Studio, which I have used with my DV camcorder for a long time BUT luckily I found this nice HDVSplit program and was able to split my 10 Gb mpeg file to small scene size mpeg files.

It was easy and it was fast.
This program is just great at least for this purpose !