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jeff.fagerman [Extracting A Video Segment]
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-The output folder will contain a single video named HHD0001.mov (or .mkv), an events_finalized.txt and a GeoFinalized.txt file, and finally an HHD0001.slvv file. These files allow for easy distribution of the new video with **ScanLookVV** as the viewer. 
  
 If you want to extract a short video clip as a pano then check// All Frames, MOV//, and enter a //Range//. In the SLVV field be sure to specify a good slvv file (one that generates nice panos). Select the //Scale// and //Frame Rate//. If you want to extract a short video clip as a pano then check// All Frames, MOV//, and enter a //Range//. In the SLVV field be sure to specify a good slvv file (one that generates nice panos). Select the //Scale// and //Frame Rate//.
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 Then click on //Create Video//. Then click on //Create Video//.
  
-The output will be in the same folder as the input in a folder named as <​path>​\<​SLVV Base filename>​_<​Scale>​. The output folder will have event files, the output MOV, and the slvv file. These can be packed up and shared with anybody. Just give them a setup for ScanLookVV and away they go.+The output will be in the same folder as the input in a folder named as <​path>​\<​SLVV Base filename>​_<​Scale>​. The output folder will have event files (events_finalized.txt and a GeoFinalized.txt), the output MOV (HHD0001.mov or .mkv), and the slvv file (HHD0001.slvv). These can be packed up and shared with anybody. Just give them a setup for ScanLookVV and away they go.
  
  
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