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  1. Member oldcpu's Avatar
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    I updated the list adding chaplin, cpdvd, and cpvts.
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    I ran across pspvc http://pspvc.sourceforge.net a few weeks ago. It's patched ffmpeg sources with x264 support. AVC encoding and the titles actually work. And it's easy to compile and use. it's got a simple GTK2 gui.
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    thanks, it helps a lot!
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    Did anyone mention Jahshaka?
    http://www.jahshaka.org/

    I'm still looking for something better than Adobe Premeire 6.5

    Just wondering.

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    For a video PLAYER - I would reccommend VLC ( http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ )

    In testing with various formats (especially wmv) - I found xine and mplayer to both have problems with video/audio being out of sync. VLC played these flawlessly - and I did not have to install any other codecs.

    Note however, that a 600 mhz machine (running Xubuntu) - the video playback would be jerky (mplayer/totem/xine - were smoother - yet the sync problem remained.)

    more info is available at ubuntuforums.org

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    Just wanted to chime in here another vote for compiling your video software from source...

    In my case, Kdenlive was woefully unstable from distro packages (actually, I suspect MLT was the culprit..) Once I acquired ffmpeg, MLT, MLT++ and finally Kdenlive sources and built it locally (with fre0ir plugin support I might add) things worked (mostly) beautifully
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    Thanks m0loch, nice to hear of other users systems besides the usual Microsoft ones.
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  8. SMPlayer and other Mplayer variants for Linux play nicely, some with video acceleration using VDPAU or VAAPI or other similar video output method. Mplayer2 for Linux may be a better solution for some users.

    http://smplayer.sourceforge.net/

    http://www.mplayer2.org/
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  9. Lightworks NLE is now available on the Linux platform. It is a professional tool for fast and efficient editing. It has some effects but it is not primarily designed for this or for compositing. And there are some user-designed effects. It is possible to create effects. See instructions here.
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  10. A bunch of Thanx to DaveQB and oldcpu for putting into one place.
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    Somehow my sixth sense smelled that we have met somewhere down the road in some beer bar. And had couples of beer togather. You were not really disturbed one at all. You have also suggested to give Slackware a try, I still remember. This is purely my guess, any how.


    Anyway Thanks all of you,
    as TuX is also posing risk of different kinds,
    Plus, when browser takes over, type of OS does not matter much.
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  11. Cinelerra

    This looks like it has great potential but i have yet to really get into this one either.
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