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Making DVD Movies With Linux

Discussion in 'Linux / Unix Discussion' started by Mitzs, May 17, 2005.

  1. Mitzs
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    Mitz,

    Looks good. I was thinking of putting a flavour of Linux on an older computer to get used to it. What can you recommend to get started on?
    For my home movie editing (Using XP) I use Pinnacle Studio 9- I love it!

    Boyce
     
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    For a dyed-in-the-wool Windows user and a Linux-phobic, you sure do come up with some interesting links on occasions, mitzs. :tongue
     
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    Hi Boyce,
    I'm afraid I know nothing about linux. I've have never seen a linux box nor do I want to. If I come across something I think others may find usefull I just post it. Sorry I couldn't help you more but hopefully someone that does use linux will be along soon to anwser your question.
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    Trip glad to see your doing ok. I was beginning to get worry when I had heard from you.
     
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    We moved to a new house over the weekend and I've been kind of bizzy. Drove from Boise up to Moscow, ID on Saturday with my son David to pick up my other son Michael from U of I. 12 hour round trip, so we were pretty beat by the time we got back.

    Mostly out of boxes now, but there's a lot of little tasks left to accomplish. Hopefully, we'll be organized in another week. I was glad to set up my network again with a minimum of effort. :)
     
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    If you can, download the iso image of Knoppix or Kanotix and try that out first. Then you can see if it's something for you or not without doing anything like installing it.

    I've heard that Fedora Core is also quite friendly but Tripwire and Phoenix know more about that than I do. Also SuSE is quite nice (my preferred distro).
     
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