I would need to do after recording some sort of simple edits. To cut some parts off, splitt or join. What would be usable editor for this tasks?
Or the Question is, if there would be possibility to capture a sequence of non compressed pictures and with these would be posibble to work and edit video in a program such Lives (http://lives.sourceforge.net/)
sorry for missing your first question.
The best choice for theora editing is probably cinelerra
For simple linear editing(e.g resizing,cropping, etc.),
you can can also use the VLC media player.
It has an extensive commandline syntax that allows a
variety of transformations to be performed on a file.
There's also Kino. Even though it transcodes non-DV files when
importing, it's really easy to use and can export to theora.
I personally use Kino+vlc.
>>Or the Question is, if there would be possibility to capture a sequence of non compressed pictures and with these would be posibble to work and edit video in a program such Lives (http://lives.sourceforge.net/)
recordMyDesktop will only produce ogg/theora+vorbis files.
Capturing non-compressed images on the default 15fps on
a resolution of 1280x1024@32bpp, would require more than 4 GB
of space per minute, so it's not possible.
BTW, I seem to remember that Lives supports theora import
(but not export).
ah, there is an answer already to my question. What If I have the disc space for that kind of file size. I would much rather work with uncompressed video.
Ok, I was wrong to say that it's not possible to record
uncompressed audio/video. If your machine is optimized
for multimedia production or simply high spec, it can
As I've already stated, in my previous post, recordMyDesktop
will only produce ogg/theora+vorbis files.
Sorry, but I'm simply not interested or motivated to add
support for uncompressed or any other kind of output.
i use avidemux for non-lineare editing (i pre-convert the video with ffmpeg)
also... kdenlive is great too !