[Novalug] Video converter
Jason van Gumster
jason at handturkeystudios.com
Tue Oct 6 14:07:56 EDT 2009
My apologies. I'd forgotten that some people prefer to use a GUI for this kind
of thing. For that, I'd recommend using avidemux (http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/).
Even still, to get a VOB (and other requisite DVD files) from the MPEG that's
generated, you'll need dvdauthor and/or qdvdauthor.
"Bryan J. Smith" <b.j.smith at ieee.org> wrote:
> Here's a really "difficult" procedure:
> - Type "http://www.freshmeat.net" into your browser
> - Type (library name) that does video in Linux
> - Type (space) and "GUI" next to it
> - Hit the Enter key
> Whoa! Lo'n behold ...
> A lot of this stuff is over five (5) years old.
> While I don't tell anyone to run any OS, that's 100% user choice,
> I do often dislike the unintentional FUD that I see sometimes.
> The difference between community and commercial software
> is that for Linux, you do a simple search and for Windows, you
> drive to your local brick'n motar and ask "Geek Squad(TM)"
> for which they'll gladly walk the box to the checkout for you. ;)
> Seriously now, it's not difficult to find solutions "That Just Work(TM)"
> in community developed software. It's where most things _are_
> invented (e.g., browser, media player, office suite, etc...).
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