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MiniDV Assembler


KDE Video Application

Score 80%
MiniDV Assembler

MiniDV Assembler

Link:  Link
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  2106
Submitted:  May 1 2005
Updated:  Jun 10 2006


This application is particularly useful for owners of digital MiniDV camera's and others who use the Sony MiniDV format for high quality video production.

'MiniDV Assembler' allows you to append multiple MiniDV files with nice looking transition effects for both audio and video. Multiple transition effects are supported, like cross-fade, zoom, blur and a flash effect.

I created MiniDV Assembler because there are no easy to use video editing applications for Linux yet. Yes, Kino is promising, but its user interface is still a mess and development is slow.

MiniDV Assembler only touches the head and tail parts of the original video files that are needed to create the transition effects. The rest of the video is left untouched, which means zero quality loss.

MiniDV Assembler can also be used to generate video editing scripts that can be run without KDE and Kommander.


* Kommander ( Part of KDEWebDev package, version 3.3.x or newer)
* Imagemagick 6.1 or newer
* SMIL Utils
* Sox

How to Install:

Just unpack the archive and run the 'Installer.kmdr' script. That's it!

Please drop me an e-mail if you experience a problem.


VERSION 0.90 ( May 1st 2005 )

* Initial release

VERSION 0.91 ( May 1st 2005 )

* Remove temporary files on exit

VERSION 0.92 ( May 9th 2005 )

* Random name for temporary files directory

VERSION 0.93 ( September 20th 2005 )

* Fixed installer to detect KDE path

VERSION 0.94 ( Januari 16th 2006 )

* Fixed wizard to work on KDE 3.5
* Lots of bug fixes all over

VERSION 0.95 ( March 7th 2006 )

* Write chapter definition file for KDE DVDAuthor Wizard
* Add support for NTSC and Widescreen recordings
* Add sanity check: Refuse mixing PAL/NTSC
* Add sanity check: Refuse mixing 16:9/4:3

VERSION 0.96 ( June 10th 2006 )

* Add more dependency checks
* Fix 'Abort' button
* Improve audio transitions

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 Support AC3 ?

 by oldcpu on: Feb 12 2006
Score 50%

Does DV Video Assembler support AC3 format?

Since I could not get DV Video Assembler to run on my SuSE-10.0, I tried on my SuSE-9.3. I had to compile SMILutils-0.3.0 without the "--with ffpeg" option, as it would not compile with my ffmeg with that option. I have ffmpeg- from Packman installed.

The DV Video Assembler GUI ran, but when I tried to use it against some mpegs that had ac3 audio, and I obtained the error message:

"Something is wrong with the sound track of video oldcpu-input1.mpg. Failed to detect the correct sampling rate."

I believe this to be a good mpeg (I've successfully used it as an input to other dvd programs such as KDE DVD Author Wizard). The audio is ac3 at bitrate of 224000 bits per sec, 2 channels, and a sampling rate of 48000 Hz.

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 Re: Support AC3 ?

 by meneerdik on: Mar 8 2006
Score 50%

How on earth did you manage to open a MPEG file? MiniDV Assembler deals only with MiniDV files....

MPEG is no good for editing, only for playing video. But if you really need to edit MPEG you should either use a big, heavyweight video editor like Cinelerra or convert it to MiniDV first.

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