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any suggestions re: a good video editing app that can save clips for use at a local TV station?
there will be 2-30min interviews per year for which they would like clips supplied from the field to include in the interview.
i have the latest xine installed fr:source-forge, it reads the videos that were burned to dvd for me fine. can i do editing with that? i will try to contact them and see if there is a particular video format they would prefer.
i can install any kernel/distro needed to support possible apps.
I see you run Suse. Since you gotta pay for that one, you get some extras, right? I noticed that cinelerra is in "contrib" with Mandrake, so I bet you have it in a nice neat rpm just waiting for your download.
well actually i just downloaded the latest build of cinelerra and it installed beautifully! have it up and running right now... what an awesome app! very impressed. excellent renderfarm capabilities, very functional.