Eindhoven | 5 Feb 12:52 2011
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Problem different dv sources

Hi,
I maked a dv file of mine photographs with videoporama and want to 
combine this with film dv of my Sony camera.
With a Nikon coolpix 5200 was this to arange but the filmpictures are 
stroked with a ittle bit of colour sweem. By mine Nikon P90 pictures set 
to same method the dv files will work very well but by insert between or 
after a set the Kino programm will direct stopped and fall down.
Also when i convert by Kino to dv file's have i the same problem.
Do you want I can do to avoid this problem.
K.N. Eindhoven

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Marcel Upfold (ZS1OTB | 24 Feb 20:42 2011
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Kino - Freezes up

Hi there,

I'm new to Kino.

I installed the package and tried to run it.

I hooked up a Panasonic Camcorder and got it to recognise the camcorder from Ubuntu - Kino

I used the capture facility and it seems to be recording well under Ubuntu 10.04, however after 12 to  21 seconds of capturing the program freezes up. I have to force a shutdown.

I need to get the video off the camcorder and onto the computer.

Any help welcome.

Regards

Oupa Teddie
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Carl Karsten | 24 Feb 21:17 2011

Re: Kino - Freezes up

On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 1:42 PM, Marcel Upfold (ZS1OTB)
<zs1otb <at> dikwa.co.za> wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> I'm new to Kino.
>
> I installed the package and tried to run it.
>
> I hooked up a Panasonic Camcorder and got it to recognise the camcorder from
> Ubuntu - Kino
>
> I used the capture facility and it seems to be recording well under Ubuntu
> 10.04, however after 12 to  21 seconds of capturing the program freezes up.
> I have to force a shutdown.
>
> I need to get the video off the camcorder and onto the computer.

I suggest skipping kino and using dvgrab:

$ dvgrab -rewind -showstatus -size 0

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Marcel Upfold (ZS1OTB | 25 Feb 21:40 2011
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Kino

Hi all,

Is there a way to "shrink" AV files which have been created with Kino's Export function.

I have video footage which, in raw format is about 5 Gb big although to total time for the video is less than 30 minutes. The final product .AVI file is then in excess of 5Gb in size. Too big to put on a normal 4.7Gb DVD.

Is there a way in Kino to "shrink" or compress the file so that it can be fit on a DVD.

I'm new to this video think in Ubuntu and I have to compile short video's (approx 30 to 45 minutes each) for a radio program.

Any help will be gratefully appreciated...

Regards

ZS1OTB... aka Marcel



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Carl Karsten | 25 Feb 21:50 2011

Re: Kino

On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 2:40 PM, Marcel Upfold (ZS1OTB)
<zs1otb <at> dikwa.co.za> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Is there a way to "shrink" AV files which have been created with Kino's
> Export function.
>
> I have video footage which, in raw format is about 5 Gb big although to
> total time for the video is less than 30 minutes. The final product .AVI
> file is then in excess of 5Gb in size. Too big to put on a normal 4.7Gb DVD.
>
> Is there a way in Kino to "shrink" or compress the file so that it can be
> fit on a DVD.

Use the MPEG tab.

>
> I'm new to this video think in Ubuntu and I have to compile short video's
> (approx 30 to 45 minutes each) for a radio program.
>
> Any help will be gratefully appreciated...
>

Kino is nice, but as you spend time on doing video stuff you will want
features kino does not have.  Then you will spend time learning a tool
that does have them, and the time spent with kino is basically wasted.

Have a look at kdenlive, or openshot.  I have used kdenlive and been
very happy.

> Regards
>
> ZS1OTB... aka Marcel
>
>
>
>
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