[CentOS] OT: Digital Video Editor for CentOS 5.2 - Suggestions?
Ross S. W. Walker
RWalker at medallion.com
Wed Aug 6 14:26:49 UTC 2008
Rainer Duffner wrote:
> Am 06.08.2008 um 01:00 schrieb Lanny Marcus:
> > John: Thank you. I'm not sure how we will capture the video from the
> > camera. If it's
> > via Firewire, I will need to buy something to install in one of our
> > PCs.... Last resort is doing
> > it on Windows XP, with whatever comes with that or is
> available free..
> Only Macs come with a good, free DV-Editor (iMovie), IIRC.
> Some people claim the Mac is worth iMovie alone - but I don't
> know, I only do digital still-pictures.
> With the Mac, there would at least be a Unix underneath. ;-)
> One thing: my co-worker has a PC he edits videos with where he
> disables antivirus stuff during the edit.
> He said he really only got on the internet once in that state
> (antivirus disabled) - but that was enough to infect the PC
> so he had to spend hours to clean it up.
> If you can do it with kinodv - good for you.
> Otherwhise, consider getting a Mac, if your time is worth
I have to second the Mac suggestion. Having just bought a Mac
coming from a PC/Windows desktop I had no idea how good an
environment it was for media processing, but I have to say
it is the best for video/still image editing and if iMovie
or iPhoto don't cut it then Aperature or Final Cut would
get the job done for a reasonable price (compared to say
Photoshop and Premiere).
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