On 02/07/14 11:42, Louigi Verona wrote:
No xjadeo is a video player synced to jack transport. I'm not sure if
you need to use the video camera audio for 1) editing the video itself
(e.g. dialogue) or 2) sync the music, fx etc. (i.e. stuff you would edit
in a music software).
1) obviously you need to do the video editing in your video editor, I
think cinelerra has among the best audio handling features (icluding
fader automation and audio plug-ins) out there..
2.1 Extract just the audio of your edited video footage e.g. with
ffmpeg -i myvideo.mp4 only_audio.wav
2.2 Open only_audio.wav in e.g. ardour and add/mix, sync all the other
2.3 Open myvideo.mp4 (although check the xjadeo manual for best codecs
and options... in that case mencoder is your friend) and voilà...
Again I think ffmpeg is your friend (plus a bit of googling maybe and
the cinelerra-cv mailing list which now-a-days is rather active)
OpenShot may be unstable, but at least it
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