[linux-audio-user] Voiceover project

Kevin Ernste kevinernste at gmail.com
Wed Feb 2 15:39:06 EST 2005

Hi John -

Cinelerra might fit the bill, it takes a little getting used to but is
quite powerful.  It should just open your original MPEG with audio and
video on separate, editable tracks.



On Wed, 2 Feb 2005 14:48:29 -0500, Jon Morin <jon.j.morin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I need to do some voiceover work, and I was wondering if there was an
> application or a set of apps to do this with Linux.  The video I was
> given is an MPEG file, and I need to redo the voiceovers of the
> presentation.  The only voiceover work I have done was in Windoze with
> Sonar 3, which I don't have access to anymore.  I can think of a few
> ways of doing this (coming up with an EDL, recording the voice, and
> editing with Audacity or something).  What I really want is an
> application that will let me easily replace the audio track of a video
> with another (preferably with a GUI).  I know that I can use tools
> like mplayer to dump out just the video and mencoder to re-encode, but
> if there is an easier tool (more automated), I'd like to check it out.
>  Thanks.
> Jon

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