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Installing HuffyUV on Windows 10 64 Bit

Introduction this is not a long post but I it hopefully is a helpful post. Huffyuv is a very fast, lossless Win32 video codec. “Lossless” means that the output from the de-compressor is bit-for-bit identical with the original input to the compressor. It is a video codec I use a lot with video restorations using VirtualDub. In this post we will cover installing the 32 and 64 bit versions.... read more

How to Install Kdenlive 18.12 on Windows

Introduction Kdenlive is a NLE (Non-Linear Editor) that was developed and used primarily on Linux systems but, has been ported to Windows and other OS’s. In the past I have covered installing Kdenlive 16 on Windows but since that time many improvements with the program and installer have changed. In this post we will cover the latest way to install Kdenlive on Windows. Getting and Installing First... read more

How To Install Cinelerra CV on Fedora

Introduction In this post we will be covering how to install Cinelerra CV (Community Version) 2.3 on Fedora 27. Cinelerra is one of the most advanced, open-source non-linear video editors and compositors for Linux. The version we will be installing is the Community Version. There are other versions which may or may not work with these instructions. Setup There are several packages that will need to be... read more

How To Install Kdenlive 16.12 on Windows

Due to the Google Summer of Code slot last summer, work on a Windows port of Kdenlive was done. The much expected first version of Kdenlive for Windows is available. This is a first testing version, zipped in a folder that does not require an install. I am always excited when tools I use on Linux are available on Windows, makes it easier to decide on cross platform tools to use. Installation is very easy... read more

Capturing Video using Firewire and dvgrab on Fedora 25

Introduction In this post we will explore how to capture video with a firewire card. We will use dvgrab along with a GrassValley ADVC 110 firewire interface. To start we will need to make a few system changes and user id changes to make this happen on Fedora 25 or any other version of Fedora. Getting Details We can see what Fedora detected in several ways. One way is to use dmesg command and look for... read more

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