It is the Christmas Season and I had a moment of nostalgia when I saw this video cross my line of sight and heard the modem dial for AOL. I remember my ISDN line, first in the state of Oregon.
Is your video playing too fast in Ubuntu 10.10? Video playing 1.5x or 2.0x or greater? I was having the same problem, as was a friend of mine, on a number of my Ubuntu machines: video playing too fast. I did notice that on login the audio was crackling, skipping, and didn’t finish smoothly as it had on some machines. That was the key to solving the problem. The problem was in the ALSA sound configuration and is referenced as a crackling, skipping audio when logging in:http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=9948061&postcount=2. This combined with the information that SoundBlasterLive! (yes, the one from Dell) card had audio problems and manifested itself in video speed gave me the idea to try the solution. I turned off the onboard sound controller, and added tsched=0 to the module-udev-detect AND to the module-detect line
### Automatically load driver modules depending on the hardware available
load-module module-udev-detect tsched=0
### Alternatively use the static hardware detection module (for systems that
### lack udev support)
load-module module-detect tsched=0
and the problem was solved. I now have very clear login audio. And Video, including Hulu, YouTube and others running at normal speed as best my machine can perform.
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Avidemux is a simple video editor which is extensively used for video applications in Ubuntu. You can cut ,filter and encode your video task. It has support for AVI, DVD compatible MPEG files, MP4 and ASF as it has pretty much codecs bundled.
Cinepaint is a very useful and user friendly video editing application which supports 8 , 16 bit and 32 bit color channels. It is also used for retouching motion pictures frame by frame with features like wire background plates, rig removal, dirt removal, render repair and painting 3D model textures.
How can I ever miss this one? Well, Cinelerra is yet another free Ubuntu app which can do capturing, compositing, and editing of audio and video files with sample level accuracy.