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Old 28th May 2021, 12:34   #1  |  Link
DorianDiaconu
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Linux compatible alternatives?

Hi guys, I wasnít sure in which category will this fit, so sorry if I posted it wrong.

Is there any alternative for VirtualDub2 on Linux?

My usual workflow on Windows is MPEG2CUT2 - Avisynth+ - Vdub, but I donít know about Linux.

Thanks!
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Old 28th May 2021, 17:53   #2  |  Link
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VirtualDub2 works fine for me under Wine. There's no exact equivalent on Linux. For handling scripts for the Linux build of AviSynth+, use ffplay for previewing and ffmpeg for rendering. You might also look at Avidemux; it might be able to replace some of VirtualDub2's functionality, depending on what exactly you use it for.
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It's likely overkill, but if the system version of FFmpeg has AviSynth enabled, anything built against that FFmpeg - like kdenlive - will open the scripts. This being if you want the ability to visually cut against a timeline, although not in any way similar to how you'd do it in VDub.
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