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Re: Video Capture/DVD production on Linux/Fedora



On Tue, 2004-06-01 at 05:40, xyzzy hotpop com wrote:
> I just bought a card called the TVDVAV Combo (see:
> http://www.papyrus.co.il/Products/tv_program_digital_video_analog_video_all-in-one.htm
> 
> ... which looks pretty good but only seems to have software support for 
> Windows (of course :-(
> 
> I was wondering if anybody could tell me how I find out if Linux already has a 
> driver that supports this card/chipset.
> 
> Also, where can I find software that will allow me to capture from a VCR or 
> camcorder and then be able to edit the captured result, applying video and 
> audio effects (such as normalize, noise removal), and THEN create a DVD with 
> menus... does such software exist for Linux?  FOSS definitely preferable.


I can't speak to the first prt of your question.
But for editing/modifying/composing I'd recommend you take a look at 
Kino
http:///kino.schirmacher.de

or Cinelerra
http://heroinewarrior.com/cinelerra.php3

-- 
Tony Placilla, RHCT
anthony_placilla suth com


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