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Hello All,

I have a bunch of VHS and 8mm tapes I'd like to convert to DVD or just
keep digital versions of on our home file server.  I've done this in the
past with Kino, which worked fairly well.

Since Kino is no longer under active development, and since it's missing
some features I'd like to have (e.g. AVCHD support), I've been looking
for a replacement.  Today I discovered kdenlive, and it looks pretty
sweet.  I want to try it out on my Fedora 10 x86_64 desktop, but it's
not in the Fedora repos.

The kdenlive website mentions a 3rd party repo, tigro, that has packages
for Fedora.  But, I'm a little weary of using a repo I've never heard
of.  It's located here: http://mirror.yandex.ru/fedora/tigro/ . Has
anyone used it before?

I saw a bugzilla entry for getting kdenlive into Fedora: the effort
appears to have stalled.  Does anyone know what's going on with this?

Regards,

Ranbir

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