How do I unite cd1 to cd2? Is Kino the tool?
matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Sat Jan 17 00:45:54 UTC 2009
Steven Vollom wrote:
> Because I was having trouble, the computer was always saying no
> directory, I googled 'directory' and came to the conclusion that all
> I needed to do was put a folder in the sda7 partition to create a
You don't need to create any directories. /media/sda7 is actually a
directory itself, called a mount-point. The error you got before was
because of a typo.
If I am correct, and I named it Movies, I now have the
> movies in a directory.
Okay, you didn't need to, but it's good to organize anyway. :) Can you run:
ls -al /media/sda7/Movies
just to make sure we're on the same page (I need to know the exact
> I carefully typed in your instruction
It can actually be simpler to copy and paste than retype.
> The 'old' 'O Jerusalem I' and 'O
> Jerusalem II' are still there too, so I can still play the program,
> however I am still making a mistake somewhere.
The old ones are expected to remain (after you're sure the new one is
correct, you can delete the old manually).
> steven at Studio25:/media/sda7$ avimerge -o O_Jerusalem "O Jerusalem
> I""O Jerusalem II" avimerge (transcode v1.0.2) (C) 2001-2004 Thomas
> Oestreich, T. Bitterberg
Steven, it looks like you made a couple mistakes. First, you dropped
the -i. Second, you dropped the space between "O Jerusalem I" and "O
Jerusalem II". Both the -i and the space are required.
> Usage: avimerge [options] -o file output file name
For future reference, when you see a line like this (with Usage and an
explanation of the command-line options), it usually means you messed up.
> steven at Studio25:/media/sda7/Movies$ avimerge -o O_Jerusalem -i "O
> Jerusalem I""O
> Jerusalem II" scanning file O Jerusalem IO Jerusalem II
See. It thinks there's a file called "O Jerusalem IO Jerusalem II"
because you dropped a space.
> video/audio parameter AVI open: avilib - Error opening AVI file
> REASON: No such file or directory steven at Studio25:/media/sda7/Movies$
You put the -i this time, but you still had the spacing wrong.
As I said, do the ls (see above) so I know the current filenames, then
I'll give the correct command line.
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