Linux-Based 8mm Telecine

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Got lots of 8mm film but no projector? Would you like to see those 30-year-old home movies your parents made when you were a kid one more time? Here's how a Linux system can be used to convert 8mm film to DVD movies.

Frank Pirz currently runs Media Conversions. He converts videotape, slides and now 8mm film to DVD format. His current interests include home theater, multimedia PCs and building robots. When he's not working, he's usually reading the latest Star Trek or Star Wars books. He can be reached at fpirz@media-conversions.net.

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Hello
sorry for my poor english.
It s a very interesting howto ,but i can not find the python sources in the 10373.tgz archive.

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