AVI is a container, not a format, as far as I know. So the *.avi extension doesn't mean anything if you got the wrong file format inside the file. Kino works for me, BTW.zolly wrote: The Kino doesn't work with AVI (the actual version in Ubuntu). It said that it works, in open file the .avi extension is present but it doesn't work
My digital Sony video camera stores stuff in DV format. So when I connect it to my PC via a Firewire cable I can download the recorded material off my camera directly into Kino.zolly wrote: it supports DV but I don't have these kind of files.
http://www.kiberpipa.org/~gandalf/ubuntu/READMEzolly wrote: I tried cinelerra but it crashed when I tried to render the entire project. I didn't find cinelerra in the ubuntu's repositories.
I am considering to buy it. It seems it's worth the money. BTW, did you try Jashahka? http://www.jahshaka.org/zolly wrote:MainActor is not free.
Read above. It doesn't help kino if the files are in the wrong format. You could still convert them though. Besides newer versions of kino are less problematic.zolly wrote:regarding .avi, I have a lot of files but the kino doesn't want to open.
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