convert dv to 'internet video' format
laurent.bellegarde at free.fr
Sat Sep 29 08:47:07 BST 2007
Selon Mark Stuart Burge <mark at msbrepairs.com>:
> Hey folks,
> What would be the best approach (for a newbie) to edit dv (doesn't have
> to be a bells and whistles editor- just something like ms moviemaker)
> and then convert it to a format suitable for uploading to a site like
> you-tube ?
Kino is doing this working perfectly.
you open your source video with kino, in DV or another type of video, kino
should convert it into DV, you edit your video, it's very simple with kino, and
at the end, with the export tab you can encode your it into various format,
mpeg1, mpeg2, mpeg4 as divX or Xvid, flv, ogg theora/vorbis, wmv.
For you tube, google video, the most simple is to encode it into divX or mpeg4,
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