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ninseiMon Mar-08-10 05:49 AM
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#3622, "how can I setup Kino to work with mpeg4 files?"


          

Hi. I'm running Kino version 1.3.4 on Fedora 12. I have much of the mpeg4 and aac tools (mencoder, ffmpeg, etc) installed. I'd like to do simple editing like splitting and cutting. I'd like the output files to be mpeg4 with AAC audio. Any help is appreciated.

  

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ninseiMon Mar-08-10 06:42 AM
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#3623, "RE: how can I setup Kino to work with mpeg4 files?"
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Whoa, I see scripts in the export dir called: ffmpeg_h264.sh and ffmpeg_mp4.sh. That looks promising. How do I use those when I export via the GUI?

  

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