[olug] wmv to something portable?
jman at neonramp.com
Mon Dec 27 05:46:47 UTC 2004
There is also an avidemux2 for Windows. This new release seems to have fixed some bugs of old. I have used it at home and with some other editing stations but have had some trouble with systems that do not have all of the codecs (not my systems).
Adam Lassek wrote ..
> What kind of tool is Windows Media Encoder? Is it linear or
> non-linear? For Linear editing/encoding in Linux, avidemux is really
> good; for non-linear, you can use kino.
> On the windows platform, Virtualdub is one of the most useful encoding
> tools available--and it's GPL software. There are lots of good
> tutorials on how to use it at doom9.org. If you need non-linear
> editing, you'll have to buy something. Vdub combined with Xvid
> (http://www.koepi.org/xvid.shtml) is your best bet to make sure
> everyone can use it.
> On Thu, 23 Dec 2004 10:46:39 -0600, Matt Payne <matt.payne at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I've recently started to use Microsoft Windows Media Encoder 9 Series
> > to make small movies of how to do various things that will be handy
> > for programming students at UNO
> > (http://mattpayne.org/b.cgi/UNO/movies1.pf).
> > I feel guilty.
> > If you have personal experience with making similar movies with a tool
> > that creates portable movies (Windows, Linux, Macintosh), would you
> > please email me or the list? Or a tool that takes an existing WMV
> > file and makes something portable out of it?
> > I'm not asking you to be google.... I'm asking if you experience
> > with something that does this...
> > Thanks very much! --Matt
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