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Light, Camera, Action... Kino!

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From: Charles Yates <charles.yates(at)pandora.be> [ date: 2002-08-11 ]
Interesting article - as a developer on the project, it's very gratifying to see kino actually being used :-).

In case you're interested, kino 0.51 is out now and supports integration with mjpeg 1.6.0 tools (for mpeg/divx exports), a trim page and some basic video and audio fx options as well as minimalistic plug-in functionality.

More details can be found at http://www.schirmacher.de/dcforum/DCForumID1/247.html

Cheers,

Charlie
From: jaime nieto <elzorro { at } inuxmail.org> [ date: 2004-09-01 ]
Congratulations for your excellent article, it helped me a lot solving some problems and now I am able to capture and edit my videos.

Please tell me when you update this article with new Kino versions.

Best regards,
jaime nieto
From: el santo <santiagomp3(at)hotmail.com> [ date: 2006-11-15 ]
hola ,estoy entrando en el uso multimedia en software libre.....y quiero saber si el codigo q tienes sobre el IEEE1394 es solo para kino, o para cualquier producto de soft libre en el cual quiera utilizar la importacion de video...por favor, si me pueden responder al correo seria genial...graciass

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