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LinuxDevCenter: Make Your Own "Phantom Edit" with Mplayer

Aug 25, 2005, 11:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Kyle Rankin)

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"Ahh family movie night... If you have ever had a family movie night with children of mixed ages, it can be rather interesting finding a movie that is suitable and enjoyable for everyone. It seems no matter what movie you choose (unless it's rated G) there's always that one scene that you wish weren't there. Chances are you end up pressing the Mute button or Fast Forward button at least once to skip past some questionable content. Chances are also good that when you do this, you will edit out dialogue only to unmute right as a character curses or blows something (or someone) up.

"I've used mplayer as a media player under Linux for a long time, and while browsing through their steadily growing documentation, I came across the Edit Decision List (or EDL) feature..."

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