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Published on Aug 30, 2008
My first time doing anything with kino, a linux video editor. Surprisingly, I have been able to do much more with kino than with LiVES. I spent about 4 days trying to get lives to at least dub over a video's audio and then encode the changes to a file of acceptable quality. Tonight I break down and start using Kino, which I thought was bad for the quality of the encodes, but is actually very nice with the various ffmpeg options under the "other" tab in the export menu. This is the default encode setting, creating an flv file, which isn't what I initially wanted, but it looked good when mplayer viewed it. I'm using different rendering effects, testing my options. Just trying to get the most out of my phone and linux computer.