Ruslan Popov | 1 Feb 11:53 2008
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Re: I need som advice.

I have bought Sony DCR-HC99E. Thanks for your advices, fellows.

> 28.01.08, 15:27, "J. Paul Bissonnette" <jpaulb <at> eastlink.ca>:
>> Ruslan Popov wrote:
>>> Hi, all. I need some advice.
>>> I need a camera with 3CCD, optical stabilizer, and widescreen capability.
>>> On our market there are three cameras with price lower than $600:
>>> 1. Panasonic NV-GS300EE-S - miniDV.
>>>   
>> I bought  the Panasonic here it is called PV GS320 , probably the same 
>> model. Fantastic for the price.
> 
> Here is GS320 too. But the reviews of these cameras say that 320 is a more limited version than 300. 300 is
cheaper here.
> 
>>> 2. Panasonic SDR-H250 - HDD.
>>> 3. Panasonic SDR-S150GC-S - Flash.
>>> No doubt, the first one is supported by Kino very well. What do you think about the rest. I am on the edge, I
don't know what I need to prefer.
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Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh | 14 Feb 15:50 2008
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[PATCH] udev-rules-dir option of configure doesnt work


Hi,

There is an option to set the path of kino.rules.
It is --enable-udev-rules-dir

This option is incorrect: it is processsed by configure as a yes/no 
option.
It should be something like --with-udev-rules-dir

The attached patch allow --with-udev-rules-dir=PATH to work

Regards

Jean-Luc
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Jarod Wilson | 14 Feb 19:39 2008
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[PATCH] fix dvgrab build with gcc 4.3

Resending, since I stupidly sent this to a libdv list earlier, not here...

We're currently rebuilding all Fedora packages for Fedora 9 using the shiny 
new gcc 4.3 compiler. One of the big chances is how the preprocessor handles 
header inclusion, which breaks most compiles where headers are implicitly 
included instead of explicitly. There are quite a few dvgrab files that need 
#include <string.h> added to 'em to build properly with gcc 4.3. Attached is 
the patch I used to get dvgrab 3.1 building again.

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Michael Shigorin | 26 Feb 22:06 2008
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hooray, 1.3.0! :)

	Hello folks,
glad to say 1.3.0[1] works for me :)

Still, tabourets should break under me: if I play the last scene 
and delete it during playback, kino crashes.  Also tried to write
a legible bugreport on some things with 1.2.0 but now will have
to recheck with current version :) (FX usability, cursor jumps)

[1] http://kinodv.org/article/view/169/1/7/

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lists user | 26 Feb 23:38 2008
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Framework

Is Kino using some third party framework like gstreamer (like pitivi) or MLT (like kdenlive) to do its magic or do you do all the stitching magic (as needed for real time timeline preview playback) yourself?

Did not find anything mentioned on the website about that.

Regards, Elias


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Dan Dennedy | 27 Feb 04:34 2008

Re: [PATCH] fix dvgrab build with gcc 4.3

On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 10:39 AM, Jarod Wilson <jwilson <at> redhat.com> wrote:
>  We're currently rebuilding all Fedora packages for Fedora 9 using the shiny
>  new gcc 4.3 compiler. One of the big chances is how the preprocessor handles
>  header inclusion, which breaks most compiles where headers are implicitly
>  included instead of explicitly. There are quite a few dvgrab files that need
>  #include <string.h> added to 'em to build properly with gcc 4.3. Attached is
>  the patch I used to get dvgrab 3.1 building again.

The patch is applied in CVS.

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Dan Dennedy | 27 Feb 04:39 2008

Re: dvgrab don't stop at the end of tape

On Thu, Jan 24, 2008 at 2:45 PM, "C├ędric MARCOUX (sprimont)"
<cmarcx <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
>  i'm curently trying to make a script that convert my camcorder movie to
>  avi/xvid and upload it to my DivX Hardware player.
>
>  All is nearly done except that dvgrab run eternally and don't stop when
>  the tape is finished... I have try to find a flag or an option in dvgrab
>  but find nothing...
[...]
>  dvcont rewind
>  # on capture la bande
>  while [ `dvcont status | grep -c "Winding stopped"` != 1 ]
>  do
>      sleep 1
>  done
>  dvgrab --size 0 --format=dv2 /data/video/

I just committed changes to dvgrab in CVS that implements these. For
the initial rewind, I have added the -rewind option. Nothing is needed
for the stop at end; you just need to not be interactive mode and not
using -noavc. Basically, it has a heuristic: if I have a capture file
size > 0 and the transport suddenly stops, then stop capture and exit.
So, this means if you press stop on the camcorder physical button in
the middle of capture, it causes the same reaction.

These will be in upcoming 3.2 release.

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Erik Vandamme | 27 Feb 02:02 2008
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Importing AVI file

Hi, I have a data-DVD with an .anysample.avi file, when I drop it onto Kino,
Kino says /media/cdrom/anysample.avi is not a DV file do you want to import it, I click on OK
Kino says Failed to laod media file /media/cdrom/anysample.avi.DV
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Dan Dennedy | 27 Feb 04:52 2008

Re: Importing AVI file

On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 5:02 PM, Erik Vandamme <erik1vandamme <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
>  Hi, I have a data-DVD with an .anysample.avi file, when I drop it onto
> Kino,
>  Kino says /media/cdrom/anysample.avi is not a DV file do you want to import
> it, I click on OK
>  Kino says Failed to laod media file /media/cdrom/anysample.avi.DV

The import routine attempts to convert the file in the same directory.
It is simple by design, but suffers some shortcomings along the way
that I choose not to address. It should be obvious from the above
filename ending in .dv that it can not write to your optical medium.
In order to workaround this limitation, you need to copy the file to a
writable partition that you are confident will have enough space to
hold the converted file as well (~3.6 MB/second).

P.S. Some other users have complained about the lack of any real
progress bar or other progress information. I have attempted to
address this in the recent 1.3.0 release.

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Michael Shigorin | 27 Feb 09:36 2008
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Re: Framework

On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 11:38:37PM +0100, lists user wrote:
> Is Kino using some third party framework like gstreamer (like
> pitivi) or MLT (like kdenlive) to do its magic or do you do all
> the stitching magic (as needed for real time timeline preview
> playback) yourself?
> 
> Did not find anything mentioned on the website about that.

Google should know (and probably tell) that Dan (who currently
maintains Kino while nobody <at>  seems to have stuck with the fork...
er, mind the 1.0.0 codename :) is involved in MLT and kdenlive
development too -- and at kino-1.0.0 point told that it has
reached its design limits.

Still it works and kdenlive is a bit more experimental atm (our
users report crashes, I don't maintain it but can try to provide
some communication -- probably elsewhere), so guess he decided 
to give kino some more polish.  Well, it works better yet. :)

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