[mythtv-users] Video editor outside of Myth?
lan at falleagle.net
Fri Nov 30 19:34:33 UTC 2007
On Fri, November 30, 2007 9:49 am, John Drescher wrote:
>> For a lot of reasons, I'm going to be switching Myth boxes. I've decided
>> that my recordings really aren't worth the trouble of dragging over
>> of Sponge Bob and Simpsons -- brilliant in their way, but not "Citizen
>> Kane"). So I plan to just start fresh.
>> But, there is some stuff (Frontline and "Battlestar Galactica") where I
>> might want to cut the commercials and burn CD/DVDs.
>> So my question is, is there a good video editor for Linux (OSS) outside
>> Myth? Or should I just stick with Myth on another monitor?
> I use projectX to do all my commercial cutting. Most of the time I use
> the myth interface to do set the cutpoints and I use a shell script to
> fire off projectx to do the cutting. On top of that there were
> occasions in which I have used the gui from projectx for that as well.
> For the command line stuff I have a script (pxcut.sh) that gets the
> cut points out of myth and calls projectx. You can find the latest
Actually, it occurs to me that I'll still have all the myth tools on the
old box, and I doubt if one needs capture cards for transcoding/cutting.
Maybe I'm all set w/o realizing it.
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