On 05/15/2011 12:31 PM, andy baxter wrote:
Clip/cut can be done easily using oggz-chop. It's a loss-less way to
edit ogg files.
However pre-pending an intro slide is more complicated than it ought to
be. OGG files with an ogg-skeleton track can simply be concatenated but
most video-players won't recognize that and some [ffmpeg] transcoding
magic is needed to make it compatible :(
>It had trouble using alsa until I worked out that you need to
Alas, no. We only had one DV scan converter and captured the output
after the video-mixer.
We do have raw DV files (better quality than the encoded OGG/Theora) for
each presentation. But they're in the order of 8-10 GB per presentation.
If you like to have those, get in touch with John Lato
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