Qtutils is a collection of command line programs for manipulating QuickTime videos. It includes, among other things, qtconv, which allows one to change the codec used by a QT file, qtsplit, which splits a QT file into several smaller QT files, and qtsg, which creates a QT slideshow from a series of images and a soundtrack. A script named vcdize also allows you to create VCDs or SVCDs out of QuickTime sources.
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Release Notes: Support for creating SVCDs from QuickTime sources in addition to VCDs, and use of libquicktime instead of quicktime4linux.
Release Notes: Qtconv now interlaces audio and video data in the output file in a more sane way. Support for Ogg Vorbis encoded audio streams in qtconv's QuickTime output now works well. vcdize and mpegize scripts were added to the distribution.
Release Notes: Qtconv now supports converting a project's audio encoding. In addition, encoding QuickTime streams with DIVX video and OggS (Ogg Vorbis) audio is supported, provided the application is used with a modern enough QuickTime for Linux library (>= 1.5). Ogg Vorbis support still needs a little more work.
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