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axel_mooreSun Sep-06-09 10:29 PM
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#3580, "Can i use Kino to concatenate files with transitions effects?"


          

Hello my question is... Can i use Kino from command line to concatenate (merge) various files (mp4īs in this case) applying transitions effects between them? Thank you very much

If the reply is no, someone knows something that can do that? (must be from command line of course)

Thanks again

  

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ddennedyTue Sep-08-09 09:17 AM
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#3581, "RE: Can i use Kino to concatenate files with transitions effects?"
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No, see http://www.mltframework.org/

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