Editing/Transcoding/Conversioning Video files in Fedora LinuxPosted: December 4, 2008
I found It is a great tool. I just try to open the Quicktime file with Kino. It just comvert that file as a .DV file.
It takes around 30-35 muntues on my laptop for a 10GB file.
Its very easy to Edit the part of Movie file.
Just click on “Trim” and it shows the following screen to allow Cut the part of movie.
I used the small Blue colour Cutting tool at the lower side of movie to cut the portion. Then click apply and save changes.
Then i convert the movie into diffrent formats. This software provides many options for diffrent formats.
It provides converstion option for Broadband and for mobile devices
Finally I can say it is great tool for Video Editing