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  1. Is there anything like WINDV that I can use for linux-Ubuntu?
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  2. What is the source you wish to capture?

    With what hardware?
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  3. Source dv camera sony capture from firewire

    Hardeare: Intel dual core 2.8 Mhz, 4 MB RAM etc....
    os Ubuntu 13.04
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    Originally Posted by Clockwork View Post
    I would recommend Kino and reading this article:

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToCaptureDigitalVideo
    I don't know a lot about ubuntu video capture but I suspect that's pretty good advice.

    Also, if you haven't joined the ubuntu support forum (ubuntuforums.org) do so right now. It's amazing how good the tech support is there. It's actually better than what you pay for with some distros which shall remain nameless. The tech support is probably the best reason to choose ubuntu (kubuntu for me actually).
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    Kino is the way to too.
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