On 07/05/2010 08:16 AM, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
If you don't need fancy video editing (zoom automation or sth.):
openmovieeditor.org - it's fairly easy to get started with and it can be
synced to JACK transport.
The alternatives are Blender (syncs with JACK) and Cinelerra or PiTiVi
or.. (kino, avidemux, lives..)
For the final mastering step (mux Audio/Video and export different
formats) use ffmpeg or mencoder.
ffmpeg -i input-video.avi \
-i input-audio.wav \
-vcodec libx264 -vpre hq -acodec aac -ab 192k -b 800k output.mp4
... -vcodec mpeg4 -acodec mp2 -ab 128k -b1000k output.avi
if your input-video.avi already has an audio-track that you want to
replace use '-map 0:0 -map 1:0'. Of course there are much more options.
man ffmpeg is your friend.
> Blender for multi track video and if you want audio too but I would
lumiera is still in the early stages of development not yet usable.
> Also Robin Gareus has just released a patch for ardour3 that provides a
It's been announced on the ardour-dev list. It'd be great to get some
feedback; but note that ardour3 is still under heavy development.
svn co http://subversion.ardour.org/svn/ardour2/branches/3.0 ardour3
| patch -p1
./waf configure --videotimeline [other options]
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