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Kino error:WARNING: dv1394 kernel module not loaded or failure to read/write /dev/raw1394 on Fedora 20, dvgrab works

I want to import and work with my dv's which are from a SONY DCR-PC101E camcorder, I've installed alot of Video editing software on one of my systems, namely my Fedora 20 running on an old HP with ...
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Installing Kino fails with missing file linux/videodev.h

I'm running into a brick wall here, I'm getting an error on the command: make in installing Kino(Video Editing Software(Dead Project)). Here is the error: make[3]: Leaving directory ...
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Building Kino fails at a module, complaining that it's missing, but it's already installed? [duplicate]

My system is Fedora 20 KDE x86_64, and here is the "in question" missing module: [root@hostname kino-1.3.4]# yum list libdv Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks, refresh-packagekit Loading mirror ...
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Kdenlive complaining about a module missing that is already installed

I'm importing my mini-dv tapes to my computer system, and I installed Kdenlive, and wanted to try it for the task. But it's complaining about a missing module that is already installed. Is this ...
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FFmpeg - Split video multiple parts

I read the following thread, and the solution works if I want to split a video into pieces every two minutes: Split video file into pieces with ffmpeg The problem is that I want to split a video into ...
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Cutting an AV file (MP4)

I have tried using openshot, pitivi, kdenlive, videolan to cut an audio/video file but they all seem to freeze. So I am now trying to use the following command: avconv -i input.MP4 -vcodec copy ...
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Apply fadeout effect to video at multiple places

I have a video of 12 seconds, frame rate is 30 frames per second. I want to apply fade out effect to video on multiple places, for example from second 3rd to 4th and from second 7th to 8th. Have a ...
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Quicktime-like video trimming in Linux? [closed]

One thing I loved about Quicktime 10 in Mac OS X (despite all its other shortcomings) was the ability to very easily trim a video file. I.e., I open the video in Quicktime drag two sliders to indicate ...
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How to fix kdenlive crashes on Ubuntu 13.10 during scene finding

I am new to the video editing software kdenlive and tried to use it to edit a large avi`` file. I added theaviclip and started a job to find the scenes in this avi. Halfway through the clip (after 30 ...
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How to rotate video?

I have many videos taken from Nokia N73 that are getting played on my laptop (after transferring from phone to laptop) horizontally. How to make them play vertically. I have read this link. but the ...
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Linux display server or program that can route video and/or images between its clients?

The JACK Audio Connection Kit (http://jackaudio.org/) is a really useful tool for working with audio on linux systems. It allows for both audio and MIDI data to be communicated between its clients, ...
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Anyone gotten the switch '-segment_times' working with ffmpeg?

While searching through U&L I noticed a fair amount of questions asking how to script the generation of ffmpeg command lines like these: ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -ss 00:00:00 -t 00:10:00 -c copy ...
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Mixing audio tracks in a video file in Linux

I have a video file that has two audio tracks. The first one is background music and the other one is commentary. I want to merge those tracks together. This is the media information I got from ...
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Are there any alternatives to Media Lovin' Toolkit (MLT)?

I'm looking for command-line Linux tools for creating video slideshows from images and video clips. I would also like to implement a variety of transitions and effects. So far, Media Lovin' Toolkit ...
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Looking for the professional video editing tool

No this is not a poll. I guess you have to admit that gimp is the picture editing tool for linux. Well i am lookin for the video editing tool for linux. Is there one?
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Chromakey -video-editing in Unix?

My friends are recommending me to use OSx for video-editing but trying to use old good OSs such as Debian and Ubuntu. How can I do chromakey -video-editing in some Unix or Linux?
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Where is avisplit? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to find out which (not installed) package a file belongs to? I usually used avisplit command to split avi files. I noticed that I should install the package ...
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How to splice sections of a video with avconv?

I have figured out so far that you can cut a section from a video with avconv with a command like this (cuts from 1:00-3:00): avconv -ss 00:01:00 -i "input.avi" -t 00:02:00 -c:v libx264 -crf 23 ...
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Editing margins and sharpening of movies

I copied some cartoons from a VCD to my hard drive, to be able to manage the content more easily. However, probably because of the VCD outdated technology, there are two issues with these clips: ...
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Is it possible to merge video files using `cat`?

I wonder if it's possible to merge video files using the cat command? I mean will the resultant file play seamlessly?
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Does kdenlive have a limit regarding the workable filesize?

Does kdenlive have a limit regarding the workable file-size?
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How to grab the audio channel from an MP4 video file into a separate audio file?

Having an MPEG4 (MP4 container, H264 AVC video, AAC audio) video clip downloaded from YouTube, how to separate its audio channel into an independent audio (without de&re-compressing the audio ...
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How to crop a particular part of a YouTube video clip?

Having an MPEG4 (MP4 container, H264 AVC video, AAC audio) video clip downloaded from YouTube, how to crop a particular piece of it (remove everything before a particular starting point timestamp an ...
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Text to movie from commandline

I need a script called myslide which does the following: myslide -f 15 -t 20 "Hello World" produces a movie file (to be played by mplayer), which just displays "Hello World" in the center of the ...
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Are there any animation programs for animating static images?

I'd like to make a simple movie with my kids. I've taken some pictures of toys and cropped them to be the characters. I'd like to make a movie where these move against some background (ie the ...
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Openshot-1.3.0 not working on Fedora 14

I am trying to install openshot 1.3 from yesterday. After doing everything I could do and searching the whole web. I am finally asking this. I downloaded the source and installed it from there and ...
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How to use 'wine' and AviSynth and Avs2YUV with 'mplayer/mencoder' (or any player/encoder)

I have a lot of AviSynth scripts (.avs) which create a montage of text pics and video, but until yesterday I'd had no luck running AviSynth scripts in 'wine'. I read about a 'Windows' program called ...
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Video Watermarking

I am looking for a solution in which I can add watermark to the given video at given frame. Is there any utility/tool to do so ?
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How to 'burn' a subtitle track onto an mp4 video file

I would like to make a subtitle file to be a part of an mp4 video file, so that I don't have to deal with two separate files. I imagine two ways: Make the subtitle an intrinsic part of the video. ...
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What is the most advanced video editing FLOSS?

There are so many video editors out there (at least half a dozen during my search), and I wonder which is the most advanced among them? How does it compare with commercial offerings?
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How to remove an audio track from an mp4 video file?

I have an mp4 video file with multiple audio tracks. I would like to strip away the rest of the tracks and keep just one. How do I do this?
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Video editor w/ stabilization?

As I slowly migrate from Apple's Mac OS X to a Linux distribution, I try to find good replacements for Apple's iLife software suite. I particularly like the current iMovie's image stabilization ...
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Is 'Shut down computer when finished' during Avidemux encoding stage useful?

I get the option to Shut down computer when finished during encoding stage of Avidemux. Why would I want to do that?
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How can I use ffmpeg to split MPEG video into 10 minute chunks?

There is often a need in the open source or active developer community to publish large video segments online. (Meet-up videos, campouts, tech talks...) Being that I am a developer and not a ...