How do I unite cd1 to cd2? Is Kino the tool?
matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Sat Jan 17 00:09:43 GMT 2009
Dotan Cohen wrote:
> 2009/1/16 Matthew Flaschen <matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu>:
>> Dotan Cohen wrote:
>>> I saw several emails where you performed some "file" commands, do you
>>> know what they were for? Do you know what the exec commands were for?
>>> I do not think that you would have done them if you know what they
>>> were for.
>> Why not? If he hadn't run them, we would not know what kind of video
>> the files were, nor even if they were fragments or self-contained.
> We already knew from a previous email what type of files they were.
In which email before file was suggested did he tell us what kind of
video they were?
> I do not know about 'significant' but if one could avoid reencoding
> lossy formats, then it should be avoided.
It shouldn't be doing any reencoding at all, and based on the speed I
don't believe it is. All it needs to do is write new AVI headers, then
copy all the frames to new file.
Thus, it requires the input files be in identical format (which in
Steven's case, they already were)
> What is wrong here? If you can teach me, then teach me. I do not claim
> to know all, in fact, I claim to know very little. Where did I err?
cat doesn't work for AVIs. The video player will just happily stop
after the first AVI's stated (in the headers) end.
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