On 06/14/2017 03:23 AM, jdd(a)dodin.org wrote:
long time ago, wow... may be 10 years ago? when I was
still making video on
windows, I got an utility with some software or hardware that just did hat:
cut mpg file without recoding, and almost instantly. Dunno if it was only on
master frames but it worked very well
never found the same again.
That's one of the main reasons I still keep and love my old Sony 3-ccd video
camera that stores uncompressed video on digital tape (mini-dv) (and one that
still uses digital-8 same content format, just different tape size). The .dv
format provides separate stereo audio tracks along with the video track. Never
had to work about demuxing the contents. Just read the clips in, and they
automatically separate into separate video and audio tracks. (it takes 31 MB/s
for storage, but not a problem on Terabyte drives) When I started video
editing 80 GB drives were huge (and 5400 rpm slow...), but they worked.
I'll have to look at kdenlive next time I put the arch drive in my box. That
may be one area where FW5 outdoes KDE3, it will be the first check-mark in the
FW5 column :)
David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.
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