julian at elischer.org
Mon May 28 06:50:39 UTC 2007
Jeremy Messenger wrote:
> On Sun, 27 May 2007 23:37:09 -0500, M. Warner Losh <imp at bsdimp.com> wrote:
>> I'm looking to do non-linear editing, clip extraction, etc from a set
>> of videos I've shot. These videos are from a DV camera, and I've
>> processed them down into MPEG2 format for DVDs. I no longer have the
>> DV originals. I was wondering if there's any good non-linear editor
>> for these things. So far the best thing I've found is GOPchop, which
>> is still extremely primitive. Are there any others? There's many in
>> the multimedia category that look like they might do the trick, but so
>> far I've come up empty.
> Maybe this URL will helping you to find a better one.
> Which is better one? I have no idea. So far from what I see in the
> screenshots: avidemux and PiTiVi look cool for GTK+2 or GNOME users, and
> Kdenlive and Kfilm for KDE or QT users.
>> This is on FreeBSD/amd64 running current.
so I give up.. what does "non-linear" mean in this context?
I just been using imovie on my Mac to edit and re-export
videos of the devsummit, and SUSpect it may mean that it can
edit the video in its compressed format rather than needing 15 minutes
to import it into a linear format, editing it and spendign another 15 minutes
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