Re: Newbie video editing question
Marc Shapiro <email@example.com> writes:
> Also, what is the best capture and editing software for a newbie with
> minimal needs. No flame wars, please. I know that Cinelerra is
> available, but I don't know what else there is, or how easy they are
> to use. For now all I really need to do is capture the analog signal
> from a VCR and save it to a file. Then I want to edit out the
> commercials, possibly combine multiple files, and then save the
> resulting file to a dvd iso that can be mounted directly and played
> back, or written to a dvd.
For cutting out parts off recorded dvb-t streams, I use dvbcut from
the debian-multimedia.org repository. Despite its name, it should
work with any mpeg streams.
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