Just on the offchance. Non-gaming related, so I’m posting it here.
I’ve had an “…ohmyGod this is so easy!” moment and started ripping various DVDs of mine to run Plex (I’d prefer Kodi/XBMC, to be honest, but it seems to be pretty inconsistent/plain crap at passing subtitles to external devices, where Plex does it flawlessly every time). My problem: a couple of movies I have are on old Chinese/HK VCDs (legal, not bootleg, FWIW), and for one of them I’ve just discovered the two halves of the film are a few pixels out, so I can’t join the files.
(EDIT: To clarify, I’ve run it through Handbrake a couple of times, and while it’s not come up the exact same every time it’s always just a little bit mismatched.)
Is there a free video editing program that will allow me to quickly and easily either shave literally two pixels off the edge of one video clip, or otherwise alter the picture so it matches the desired resolution? I don’t want to have to mess around with correct aspect ratios or pixel width or any other such thing - I just want to say to it "This clip is 350x218, it needs to be 350x216, go". Any thoughts? Figured it was worth a try here rather than registering on some AV forum and suffering through hordes of videophiles vomiting in terror at my request ("A resolution of what by what?", etc.) if I even got an answer at all.
(Oh, and since I’m fairly sure ripping your own discs is still technically illegal, fair use or not - if this is a problem, mods, feel free to delete.)