There are three settings here that allow you to control how your splits are made. The first two are concerned with where SplitFuse
will start and stop splitting your video clip:
- The Start splitting at checkbox, when checked, will tell SplitFuse to start splitting at the point defined by clicking the Set button to the right of the checkbox.
- Similarly, the Stop splitting at checkbox, when checked, will tell SplitFuse to stop splitting at the point defined by clicking the Set button to the right of the checkbox.
For example, if you wanted to ignore the first 4 seconds of your video when splitting, and the last 6 seconds, you would advance to 4 seconds into your video and click the Set
button next to the Start splitting at
checkbox. Then you would advance to 6 seconds before the end of your video and click the Set
button next to the Stop splitting at
checkbox. The timeline will show a preview of your choices, and all split settings
you've set will adjust accordingly. These settings will not apply if you are splitting according to the clip list
The final setting, Split at keyframes
will tell SplitFuse
to find keyframe boundaries near where you have told it to split the video and split the video at those boundaries instead. If you are having trouble with your saved video segments not playing correctly, it might help to check this option. Otherwise, you should be fine.