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Old 01-02-2004, 10:28 PM   #1
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Converting Cinelerra Project to RealMedia


I made a short movie in Cinelerra and want to render and convert it into a format that is available on most platforms. I thought RealMedia (.rm) might be good, but if there is a AVI format that's understood by Windows, MacOS and Linux, this would also be good.
What I tried is rendering the project as DV AVI with raw sound. Then I wanted to use Helix Producer to convert it into RealMedia. But this didn't work, Producer did not accept the input format. I tried avifix (from transcode) or mencoder (raw,lavc) but still the input is not accepted. What kind of input is accepted by producer, and how can I convert the output from Cinelerra into it?

Thanks for any help!!


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