nicestep at gmail.com
Wed Aug 5 15:44:45 EDT 2009
There is no audio on either video.
It looks like most of the Sugar videos are on dailymotion. I would
post mine there if I was convinced that nobody could improve on what I
did. I was hoping that Dave C or someone else could take the original
.ogv and use Final Cut Pro to make something better.
Virtual Dub runs on Windows only. I use that program a lot. I
digitized my embarrassingly large Betamax collection using that
program. However its editing ability is limited. You can cut out
unneeded scenes and that's about it. Its real strength is in
capturing video from a TV card.
On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 11:21 AM, Dennis Daniels<dennisgdaniels at gmail.com> wrote:
> There is definitely more polish here
> Is there audio on either the .avi or .ogg? If yes, I didn't hear either.
> May I suggest you put the .avi video on youtube? I really believe that
> Sugar needs more screen time... people need to see it in action.
> I've not used Kino in a long time... is there a video editor in Sugar?
> I taught video production with my students and they had a blast...
> especially since they didn't have to type to tell their stories!
> Another score for recording tech!
> re: cinerella: Not used it. I'll take a look at virtual dub, don't
> know if it runs on *nix or not.
> All the best,
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