[linux-audio-user] finally... my 1st themes made with Linux

glauber alex dias prado glauberalex at uol.com.br
Thu Sep 7 06:56:57 EDT 2006


Hello, i didnt heared your songs sorry for that, but its late now,
perhaps i will do it later, your questions have answers, for syncing i
would use xjadeo plugin to jack which is a tool that works as a charm
for this kind of task, but it assumes that the video composition is
already made and you are constructing the audio part of it.

 Later when they are in sync you can use a lot of tools to glue it up, i
would recommend avidemux2 for guilineass savy, otherwise either ffmpeg
or transcode can do a fair job with a minimum of understanding of
command line operations and a bit of man pages reading.

On the other hand if you are going to composite the video on top of your
song track i and this is a personal approach would go with blender NLA
which is a very decent tool allowing you to make professional stuff,
also with a minimum of reading and searching for tutorials about it.

bye 

Glauber Alex Dias Prado.


On Wed, 2006-09-06 at 13:31 +0200, perlanegra proyect wrote:
> hi everybody...
> 
> hare I am again, after a long long time of to appear here, I've made
> my first audio work with GNU/LInux...
> 
> I have to suffer commercial software because of my job, but this
> summer I've had some spare time to make a serious work with Linux.
> They are a pair of raw electro themes with no time effects, "dogma
> sound" like I say... The links are here:
> 
> http://perlssdj.blogspot.com/2006/09/xtatik-ep-new-electro-single-made-with.html
> 
> 
> I think Jack is an amazing tool 4 audio creation, I find it very
> interesting, and very versatile, I feel very comfortable with it now.
> I've used Ardour too and it's a good tool, but I have a dude...
> 
> wich software do I need to mix audio 4 video with GNU/Linux ? I'm
> working on a video and I'd like to mix the sound with free software,
> maybe should I use Cinelerra? I think I've read something about audio
> plugins there, but can't remember the details... If somebody can help
> me, I'd be very pleased to hear u, thanx
> 
> enjoy the themes, and be free to remix them, they have a CC No
> Commercial- Share alike, so, u can use them 4 personal projects...
> 
> May the power be with U...
> 
> C'ya on the net...  ;)
> 
> (any kind of comment is good, thanx)
> 
> 
> 
> PerlssDj
> 
> 



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