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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    malcolmlevis - Thanks for your great support here!
    How exactly is it supposed to be installed? Yast quits rapidly on it...
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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask View Post
    malcolmlevis - Thanks for your great support here!
    How exactly is it supposed to be installed? Yast quits rapidly on it...
    Just a note

    You can't cut comments, insert comments, mix music, seek to I-Frames precisely to do editing, etc with HandBrake. HB is just an encoding app, not an editing one as you requested in your original post

    .... just a note

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    Thanks for the note. Which one would you recommend for editing on Linux? You know, Vegas Suite is great, but it certainly doesn't use the full machines power in a VM...
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    [QUOTE=malcolmlewis;2011757]I've updated the svn to Revision 2679 and placed a src rpm here;
    <http://www.fileden.com/files/2009/4/6/2393623/RPMs/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm>
    It contains the relevant library files as well hence the 25MB size.

    Changes were;
    - svn revision 2679
    - added new contrib downloads
    - Fixed documentation
    - Added new build requirement libwebkit-devel


    No offence, but how do I un-install handbrake. I used YAST2 to install it. and wanted to de-install it because it has done something to youtube. The page loads but all I get, instead of the video is a black rectangular box. Since Youtube worked before I installed handbrake, I figured that might be the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask View Post
    Thanks for the note. Which one would you recommend for editing on Linux? You know, Vegas Suite is great, but it certainly doesn't use the full machines power in a VM...
    There are IMHO only a few good options available in the OSS world

    - Avidemux. Great features, can do a lot, however in my experience, when you start throwing various filters at it and do some more complex things, it crashes way too often. At least last time I tried it it did so things may have improved. Also it used to have issues with frame delays and B-frames. Don't know if this is fixed already

    - Cinerella - great no-linear features but horrible design/interface and often tough to work with. Had to fight a lot with it in the past

    - PiTiVi Main Page - PiTiViWiKi haven't tried it yet but from the looks, it looks promising

    Proprietary? Besides Vegas, maybe try some of the Adobe or Nero products

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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask
    malcolmlevis - Thanks for your great support here!
    How exactly is it supposed to be installed? Yast quits rapidly on it...
    Hi
    Handbrake? If so you need to rebuild the src rpm as a user!!;
    Code:
    rpmbuild --rebuild handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm
    Then it will needs build dependencies installed more that likely, so
    just use sudo zypper in <your list of files required> eg
    Code:
    sudo zypper in gcc yasm gcc-c++ libbz2-devel zlib-devel
    There maybe more, you just need to add them. It will then build a rpm
    against your arch which will show at the end of the build process in;
    Code:
    /usr/src/packages/RPMS/<your arch>/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.<your
    arch>.rpm
    Then to install
    Code:
    sudo rpm -Uhv usr/src/packages/RPMS/<your
    arch>/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.<your
    arch>.rpm
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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by silkmaze
    malcolmlewis;2011757 Wrote:
    > I've updated the svn to Revision 2679 and placed a src rpm here;
    > <http://www.fileden.com/files/2009/4/6/2393623/RPMs/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm>
    > It contains the relevant library files as well hence the 25MB size.
    >
    > Changes were;
    > - svn revision 2679
    > - added new contrib downloads
    > - Fixed documentation
    > - Added new build requirement libwebkit-devel
    >
    >
    > No offence, but how do I un-install handbrake. I used YAST2 to install
    > it. and wanted to de-install it because it has done something to
    > youtube. The page loads but all I get, instead of the video is a black
    > rectangular box. Since Youtube worked before I installed handbrake, I
    > figured that might be the problem.
    Hi
    Did you build the src rpm? Have no issues here....

    To uninstall just use YaST or sudo rpm -e <name_of_rpm_> to uninstall.

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    microchip8: Means that handbrake can't do editing? Lame. And I wonder why no fully featured editing software is available for Linux... usually the world of Open Source is WAY ahaed of proprietary...

    And for handbrake:

    Code:
    TheMask@pussypc:~> rpmbuild --rebuild /home/TheMask/Desktop/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm
    Installing /home/TheMask/Desktop/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm
    warning: user malcolml does not exist - using root
    error: unpacking of archive failed on file /usr/src/packages/SOURCES/A01-configure.patch: cpio: rename failed - This operation is not allowed
    error: /home/TheMask/Desktop/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm cannot be installed
    Great. What's messed up here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask View Post
    microchip8: Means that handbrake can't do editing? Lame. And I wonder why no fully featured editing software is available for Linux... usually the world of Open Source is WAY ahaed of proprietary...
    No, HB can't do editing. It's just an interface to xvid, x264, lavc, etc for encoding and image processing like deinterlacing, IVTC, etc. It certainly can't do what you ask for like insert/delete comments, mix music inbetween, etc

    HB is in many ways similar to ffmpeg, mencoder and transcode, all of which are encoders/decoders and not editors

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask
    microchip8: Means that handbrake can't do editing? Lame. And I wonder
    why no fully featured editing software is available for Linux... usually
    the world of Open Source is WAY ahaed of proprietary...

    And for handbrake:


    Code:
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    TheMask@pussypc:~> rpmbuild
    --rebuild /home/TheMask/Desktop/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm
    Installing /home/TheMask/Desktop/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm
    warning: user *malcolml* does not exist - using root error: unpacking
    of archive failed on
    file /usr/src/packages/SOURCES/A01-configure.patch: cpio: rename failed
    - This operation is not allowed
    error: /home/TheMask/Desktop/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm
    cannot be installed --------------------


    Great. What's messed up here?
    Hi
    Move the file to anywhere but the desktop... put it in your home
    directory. That goes for any file as it will barf if you try to do
    something with it there

    As microchip said HB is just a re-encoder. For example, encode your
    file to say mpeg4, then use something like avidemux to edit it, and you
    could also use gnome-subtitles if required. I use it to convert files
    especially home made videos from my handycam.

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