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08 January 2007 15:15

The coolness factor of Linux » Rudd-O

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All in all, this video took about 4 hours to make, including the time to install and set the required software up. Here’s the step-by-step lowdown: 1. Used xvidcap to record the video at 10 frames per second into an MPEG file. 2. Used Kino to find out a suitable end frame for the video. That way I can encode only from the start to a certain frame. 3. Used mencoder to scale and encode the MPEG movie into a DivX AVI file. This is the command line: mencoder -ovc lavc -lavcopts vcodec=mpeg4:vbitrate=1000:mbd=2:v4mv:autoaspect test-0000.mpeg -o youtube.avi -frames 950 -vf scale=320:240 4. Used Ardour to create a mini-mix of The world is mine, for the audio track. 5. Used mencoder to encode the audio and copy the DivX file into the final DivX video. This is the command line: mencoder youtube.avi -audiofile track.mp3 -oac mp3lame -ovc copy -o final.avi 6. Uploaded the final video to YouTube. 7. Uploaded the final video to my Web site. 8. Wrote this post.

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