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Originally posted by Carroarmato0
Do you guys know anything else beside Movie Maker?
I have to say i don't know Movie Maker. Isn't it some sort of point'n click no good program? I admit I've never tried it. When I was a Windows user my favorite was VirtualDub. Under Linux, most of work goes with Avidemux.
Different people have different needs. What is your a/v input? And what is the desired output? I usually convert MPEG-2 (vob, vdr) to MPEG-4 (Xvid) with vorbis audio. For this purpose Avidemux is best I've found. It supports mp3 too (Lame) in case you prefer it over vorbis, provided it is present in your system. If you find something better, please post it here.
Re: Re: Re: Re: Alternitive to Microsoft Movie Maker
Originally posted by Emerson Isn't LQ a wonderful place? Today I have learned MS Movie Maker is a professional-level program for creating presentations (I thought it's some sort of movie maker for beginners).
I did not ever say that Movie Maker is for pros. I was simply making a snarky comment based on your "CLI is GOD" theology.
CLI sucks for video editing. It's even worse for novices and hobbiests. Sometimes GUI is the only way to go - unless you're a masochist.
sounds like you guys are doing stop-motion animation? or blender rendering to a bunch of jpegs.
when i rendered in blender to hundreds of jpegs, i needed something to compile them all into one avi file. there's a windows program (free) called Videomach. it runs perfectly under wine, and can import your jpegs or whatever and export them to an avi file with the framerate and codec settings you specify. it worked flawlessly for me. and i think it might even support .wav and mp3 for your background music.