[theora] Windows Software for Theora - was: QTheoraFrontend
yorn at gmx.net
yorn at gmx.net
Sat May 30 11:28:04 PDT 2009
I've cross compiled the Ogg Video Tools for Windows now, so you can join, split, cut, cat, resize, thumbnail, create slideshows etc. under Windows now:
But actually you have to use the command line :-/
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> Datum: Sat, 30 May 2009 09:41:55 -0700 (PDT)
> Von: "Orton AKINCI aka .-_-." <ortonak at yahoo.com>
> An: theora at xiph.org
> Betreff: Re: [theora] QTheoraFrontend
> that's great to see things are developing so fast these days on theora. i
> just send an e-mail about the need for a "usable" & "free" gui to encode
> theora on windows last week and now i am very happy to see this e-mail. many
> thanks to denver gingerich for working on this!...
> i hope it would support file joining and splitting in the near feature
> besides the other functions so that very simple editing can be done on theora
> on windows. AFAIK there is no software to edit theora video on windows!
> and that's a problem because you(i :)) cannot switch all your video workflow
> to theora on windows) ...
> it would have been great if it wouldn't need QT to be installed (not based
> on qt) but this is also a great work... of course builds for platforms are
> needed to make it "usable" for non*coders:)
> i appreciate denver gingerich's work!
> From: Ralph Giles <giles at xiph.org>
> Subject: Re: [theora] QTheoraFrontend
> To: Jason Self <jason.self at gmail.com>
> Cc: theora at xiph.org
> > Denver Gingerich has put together a quick frontend for ffmpeg2theora.
> > It's written in Qt, so will run on OS X, Windows, and X11.
> That's great! We need more support tools like this. It would help if
> you could provide regular builds for those three platforms.
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