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Cropping captured video

For the life of me I can't remember how I used to trim my raw videos when capturing planets.

I have a 10GB video of Jupiter and there is a lot of dead space as Jupiter is a small circle on the video. I used to be able to cut all the black space which significantly reduced the size of the file.

Can anyone jog my memory?
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PIPP might do the job.
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PIPP might do the job.
Yes, that sounds familiar it might be that one.

Thanks!
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Chrys,
I use Virtual Dub to edit AVI files for the spectroheliograph.
Works well for me....
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