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Old 2nd May 2015, 17:14   #1  |  Link
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Preparing VOB footage for editing in Cinelerra?

I've traditionally edited video using the VOB -> DGIndex -> AVIsynth -> Premiere method. Now that I've joined the Glorious Linux Master Race, I'm interested in seeing what Cinelerra is capable of. Can I edit with frameserved VOB files, or will I need to re-encode them as MPEG or something first?
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Cinelerra does not support every codec ever invented, but it does support the most common WMV and FLV derivatives well enough to transcode them into a format suitable for editing. Most formats can be edited straight off the DVD, Blu-ray, or original file, without transcoding. The format that all your favorite online video networks import, H.264 video + MPEG4 audio on Quicktime, is the standard export format.
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Hmmm. Editing the VOB files directly should prove to be... fascinating.
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