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Re: [Question #78482]: how to edit recorded files in Me-TV


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Marco posted a new comment:
Ciao Michael
Thanks for the answer.

Generally any video file that can be opened under Linux can be opened under Windows.
It happens to all of the .mpg .avi. wmv .mp4 .flv in my PC.
Videolan has embedded many codecs for video including mpeg2, so there's generally no need for any external mpeg2 codec installed.
That's why I am surprised, and that is why I was thinking it had to do with Me-TV rather than VLC.

I can play a DVD within Linux through VideoLan (VLC) and same thing I
can do within Windows, of course with the VLC version for Windows. This
does not happen with the file produced by Me-TV.

Probably you are right and I am trusting too much on VLC and ProjectX,
as cross-platforms.

But in general terms my objective is to burn a DVD video out of a broadcast recording, so at this stage would you suggest any Linux application capable of accepting the files produced by Me-TV and be able to elaborate them in terms of cutting unwanted parts? 
of course I am referring to advertising in a video stream.
Also would you have a suggestion for an authoring tool for DVD?

Thank you for the help, and sorry if I am taking the liberty of asking
something not strictly related to Me-TV.


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