On Sun, 6 Mar 2016 23:51:40 +0100
Carlos E. R. wrote:
If I tell avidemux3 to play the original video, it has
no sound, just
I did an extensive survey of audio and video editing software for
Linux a few years ago and I thought I'd share my recollections.
I liked kdenlive, kino and Cinelerra (I still keep this last one
installed) but I don't think any of them can be used standalone. There
are always "pre-processing", "interim processing" and
tasks to be done with various libraries and command line tools. I know
the following simple example isn't directly related to your current
experiments, but it does exemplify this phenomenon. It is derived from
my old notes:
ffmpeg reading the original recording date and time and encoding it in
the frames in the output file to be visible when the video is played:
ffmpeg -r 29.97 -s 320x240 -i /mnt/sdc1/sources/inputfile.mpg -vhook \
'/usr/lib/vhook/imlib2.so -c white -F FreeSans.ttf/12 -x 0 -y 0 -t \
You see /mnt/sdc1 and /mnt/sdd1 ?
I consistently experienced the best and most reliable performance using
separate, external disks for 'source,' 'temporary files' and
This avoids read/write collisions which can break processing of streams.
I also seem to recall the above mentioned GUIs "imported" videos by
decompressing and storing ("caching") them in raw DV format. I
ultimately discovered that I spent a great less time waiting when I
decompressed my source files in advance to an external disk.
YMMV but I hope this helps! :-)
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