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In reply to timepheonix: I had a copy of Cineworks (bought 2nd hand and upgraded to the latest version) which I used breifly with RISC OS 3.7, however, I found that when I upgraded to RISC OS 4 it became extremely unstable and unusable, but I don't think everyone found this so it might have objected to some of my other hardware.

However, I suspect your main problem will be getting video in a format which Cineworks will accept. I only ever used it on uncompressed Replay movies produced by the 24i16, and I can't rember what other formats it could load and save. You may have to try to convert from MPEG or raw frames to Reply and back out to MPEG at the end, which is possible (MPEGworks tools, and Replays command line encoder), but will be very slow and tedious.

 is a RISC OS Userdruck on 19/10/05 10:01AM
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