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JJCFri May-01-09 04:59 AM
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#1073, "dvgrab vs. kino"


          

I recorded a wedding video. I captured it with:
dvgrab -autosplit -format dv2 wedding-
and it worked beautifully. For technical reasons, I moved the files to a MickeySoft 2000 machine and imported them into Adobe Premiere 6. The result was all frames filled with various colored pixels.

I then went back to the Linux machine and ran the video clips through kino with format dv2 and re-sampling of the audio. After reading the video clips into Adobe again, they were perfect.

Since the dvgrab output was not compatible with Premiere but the kino output was, please explain to me the difference. Or did I not include an option that I should have?

Joe Callaway

  

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ddennedySun May-10-09 06:55 AM
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#1075, "RE: dvgrab vs. kino"
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There is no obvious difference in the AVI output between them. They are based on the same code, but not using shared lib. So, they have diverged a little. The difference then is in the nitty gritty differences between the 2 at the source code level that requires analysis and cross referencing each difference with the CVS commit messages to see which appears better.

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