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After editing some video in blender VSE (just splitting and cutting), I found out I could use Avidemux for direct stream copy which would save me hours of rendering time while keeping the original video quality. It there a way to save the project editing history into an Avidemux command script, or into any other tool that can do direct stream copy?

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There is no "out of the box"-solution for this right now in Blender.

However, you could use some Python scripting to export the cuts. Don't forget, that depending on your Frame distribution (IBP-Frames) and GOP you might not be able to cut frame-precise with Avidemux.

There are some related questions where you can get some help of how to access the frame ranges:

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There is a plugin called Blue Velvet (http://blendervelvets.org/en/blue-velvet/), which exports audiostrips to Ardour.

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