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TuiFri Dec-11-09 04:43 AM
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#3602, "AVI 8.2gb"


          


Hi Members

Have just found that Kino will not import a Avi file of 8.2 gb 1 hour 20 minutes VCR tape
to export as an MPG file to run on home DVD player

Have used Kino to convert Avi files recorded from USB MegTV Box via XP to Kubuntu Windows Work area No Problem

Can I use SHrink to over come the Kino limitation?

Have not used Shrink before as Kino has always performed well


Any information appreciated

Tui

  

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ddennedyMon Dec-14-09 05:56 PM
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#3607, "RE: AVI 8.2gb"
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Edited on Mon Dec-14-09 05:56 PM by ddennedy

          

By writing "import" I assume you literally mean import, meaning not Capture and that it is not a DV AVI file. In that case, Kino actually does not do the converting; it invokes a script that uses mencoder and/or ffmpeg to do that. Kino certainly has no problem with working with multi-gigabyte DV files, but there can be interoperability problems with AVI or MOV containers if Kino did not create the DV AVI or MOV.

Never heard of Shrink.

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