Digital Video on Linux?
lincoln_peters at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 15 22:01:55 PST 2002
Okay, I now have Broadcast 2000. Now I need to know what to do with it
hardware-wise. Has anyone used Video4Linux? Firewire on Linux? Can anyone
tell me what devices work, and what devices don't?
(And, no, I don't have the Linux Journal yet. I'll try to get the current
issue this weekend.)
>From: Andrew <argonaut at softhome.net>
>Reply-To: <talk at nblug.org>
>To: talk at nblug.org
>Subject: Re: Digital Video on Linux?
>Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 20:33:35 -0800
>Hope it's not too late to mention this:
>I saw that TUCOWS has a download link for an old version of
>Broadcast 2000. If you dig around, you could probably find a
>newer version somewhere else. A great thing about free
>redistributable software is that once it has been released, it's
>pretty much impossible to get rid of it. (Can you say deCSS? I
>knew you could!)
>There is also a commercial video editing package out. I forgot
>its name but I think it's on the TUCOWS site also. I'm offline at
>the moment, so I can't check, but I think it got a 5-cows rating.
>It's about $100, but that's several hundred bucks cheaper than
>even a used iMac. Good luck.
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