what software allows me to edit exisiting *.avi files?
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Kino only works with DV files. Cinelerra is buggying and works with motion JPEG codecs. Try avidemux. It works with almost all video and audio codecs. I have not tested how well avidemux is with video and audio sync, but mencoder has poor audio and video sync.
sirpelidor, you ran it! The command that I gave you was a test which actually deletes all your files and directories that you have write access to. You should have first looked through the manual about what it does.
You got an A+ on well did as an lemming.
A definition of a lemming taken from wikipedia is someone mindlessly follow the crowd, even if destruction is the result.
Of course i ran it. I knew for fact that I hardly login as root. Why would I afraid of such retarded trick?
Reading a manual of rm command is one thing, reading and 3k + lines of mencoder manual and understand it is another thing.
Just like trying to settle a divoce case at court. Anyone can do it, all they need to do is "read" the law book at their local law library. Why would anyone needs a lawyer for it?
Everyone here is good at something. Someone is good at using mencoder, while others maybe good at compile a kernel. At the same time, someone else could be good at manage their stupid exchange server for all I care.
While recongizing each other strength and share it through a media such as LQ forum is the best way keep this community growing. No some arrogance a$$ trying run around and tell people to "read" instead of posting anything productive.
arrogance, defined at Dictionary.com as "overbearing pride evidenced by a superior manner toward inferiors" But I figured you probably rather go "read" it from your Oxford dictionary (if you have one).