Re: [opensuse] ogv Video editing question

On 03/18/2010 08:47 AM, arygroup@xxxxxxxxx pecked at the keyboard and wrote:
On 18/03/10 14:41, Tejas Guruswamy wrote:

I know this isn't terribly helpful to you now but I find that trying to
do encoding/demuxing/whatever is a LOT easier if you just go direct to
the command line tools. All the GUIs are just frontends for these tools

Look at:
mencoder (part of MPlayer)

They have a ridiculous array of options and support every format under
the sun. The GUIs tend not to expose their full capabilities.

Both the editing (assuming it is just simple resizing/cutting) and
encoding can be done with these tools.


Thanks, but I can hardly imagine how I can cut something from command
line if I don't see what I'm cutting. I'm not able to see a blodie in
red scirt among a flow of charecters (-:

Have you tries using avidemux? I use the gtk version to cut frames from
videos. It lets you scan frame by frame with a video window so that you
know exactly what to cut.

Ken Schneider
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