I have some large video files that I captured to disk a while ago via a tv tuner card which are too large to store on one dvd. Even if I did have something like a dual layer dvd burner I'd still like to edit them for content and length.
My issue is that at the time of recording these files I really didn't understand my tv tuner card and had set the recording format to something that left me with video files that show up as "MP2 Audio". I now capture video in .avi format which is much easier to use.
My question is how can I now edit these weird "MP2" video files? I've tried some other methods which leave me with either no sound, or sound that is not in sync with the video. One small note is that this was performed on my winxp box, but since I'm planning on making this dual boot with FC5 I was wondering if there were any linux tools that could either help me edit the current file(s) or simply re-capture the files into .avi format? Oh, and if there happen to be any easy ways to do this using xp that anyone happens to know about I guess I'd welcome that too.
Thanks for the help.