Constant Brouerius van Nidek wrote:
Since I got a dashboard camera for use in my car I
have got very long
videos which I would like to split into smaller parts. What can opensuse
offer me for such a job? And if I start editing, what are the programs
As already mentioned, ffmpeg and kdenlive. Two comments on that:
You can use ffmpeg to split the long videos into chunks without re-encoding.
ffmpeg -i longvideo -ss <starttime> -to <endtime> -c copy partvideo
(times are hh:mm:ss). Makes handling them much easier.
For real cutting etc kdenlive, and there it helps to have it create low-res
proxy versions of your movies that are used in the gui. This really makes
work a LOT more comfortable. You can enable it in settings->kdenlive->Project
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