Video editing in Linux, it *is* possible
Posted Nov 22, 2006 8:34 UTC (Wed) by brwk
Parent article: Video editing in Linux, it *is* possible
I'm very surprised you didn't take a proper look at Kino. All the extensive scripts you give just to render the result into an MPEG file are built-in options in Kino and work very nicely. Also having used both dvgrab and kino, I'd have to say I consider Kino by far the more capable and usuable capture tool of the two, offering a decent GUI to all the capture operations.
Further, it seems your excuse for not at least trying it is based on the fact that it's not made easy for you to use on your obscure distribution. While I would never question your right to use an obscure and aged distribution, I do think it is irresponsible as a reviewer to use the lack of support for a distribution to discount one of the major, most useful and effective video editing packages from review.
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