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Senior Java developer and IT-Consultant with focus on security.


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comment Mouse/Touchpad not working in Mac OS X Lion Pre-Boot Authentication (PBA) with File Vault 2
I got a different USB-mouse working. Magic Trackpad is still not supported.
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comment Merge AVI-files without recoding in Mac OS X Lion
Thanks, good information. Did not know I could delete them instead of replacing them.
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comment Merge AVI-files without recoding in Mac OS X Lion
@w00t: You're right. In fact the D-Vision main app works on Lion, while joining AVIs with D-Vision does not. You can start it, select the tool to join AVIs, select your AVI-files and start the task. I checked "delete source files when task is finished" (as always) and then I got the Rosetta-error and also lost my source-files.
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comment Merge AVI-files without recoding in Mac OS X Lion
Where did you get this version from? I'm not that comfortable with downloading programs from unknown sources.
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comment Merge AVI-files without recoding in Mac OS X Lion
Thanks. Avidemux does not support Lion at the moment. Avidemux uses a lion-incompatible version of the library libiconv.2.dylib. I got it working by replacing the library with a patched version from GnuCash: bugzilla.gnome.org/attachment.cgi?id=192432
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comment Merge AVI-files without recoding in Mac OS X Lion
@Mechanical: Yes, by merge I mean join them seamlessly in sequence. We can take as granted, that all files share the same framerate, codec and resolution. Used codec is mainly following the MPEG-4 standard such as Xvid. In fact it is possible as it was before Lion as well as it is with Windows. I'm looking for a tool that also runs on Lion.