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language flag Compressing to mpeg2 under Cinelerra (DVD release)
language flag Compressing to webm & mp4 (internet release)
language flag Compressing to divx5 - deprecated (internet release)
language flag Backing up film assets (incl. sparse files)
language flag Ripping DVDs for further editing

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    language flag Compressing to mpeg2 under Cinelerra (DVD release)
    Flags used when rendering a film to mpeg2 using Cinelerra and mpeg2enc for a DVD compliant release. This workflow may be obsolete; you may prefer reencoding from quicktime_for_linux.mov to mpeg2 using ffmpeg or avconv.

    language flag Compressing to webm & mp4 (internet release)
    Flags used when compressing the master of a film rendered by Cinelerra in quicktime_for_linux.mov to webm with ffmpeg or avconv, and to mpeg4 using Transcode's ffmpeg for release on the internet

    language flag Compressing to divx5 - deprecated (internet release)
    Flags used when rendering a film to divx5 using Transcode for release on the internet - this codec is deprecated, use ffmpeg instead

    language flag Backing up film assets (incl. sparse files)
    Overview of a strategy to backup assets used & masters rendered by Cinelerra once the film is post-produced (often over 50GB) - tackles the sparse files issue of EOF error when trying to compress with normal tools

    language flag Ripping DVDs for further editing
    Workflow using dd, mount & umount iso, transcode or mpeg3toc (provided by Cinelerra) in order to load assets from a DVD into Cinelerra for further editing.


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