Week in PSE

December 17, 2009

Using a digital camcorder with HDD and Linux

Filed under: Uncategorized — hdahlol @ 9:45 am

Most camcorders come with software and drivers for Windows and Mac. For Linux, the case is…., well, different. However, if your camera records the typical *.vro files (used for DVD’s), you may think you are in trouble. However, making sense of those files is very easy. Install the video editing software “kino”. Then copy the *.vro file to your computer and add it to a kino project. Then you can split, manipulate, edit, author and export at your heart’s will. (Note, it doesn’t autosplit files, everything on your camcorder drive will be in a single *.vro file).


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