I've got a bunch of hour-long videos I want to split out into 5-10 minute pieces. So far I've simply used the openshot video editor to identify good splice points, and the blazingly fast avconv command-line program to copy out the actual audio and video without changing any formats or codecs. Then it is easy to upload that to youtube via the google command-line tool.
But I'm looking for something to help automatically find the right splice points. The video is mostly static slides with some real-time handwriting going on. So e.g. a script that would process the video and give me timestamps for the major video transitions (slide transitions) would help a lot, especially if it could then back up and go forward from those transitions to eliminate silence.
Is something like that available? Are other fast/easy video editing pipelines for this sort of work out there?