romolhb at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 15 02:58:20 UTC 2011
Dear David Clinton,
I am still exploring the Ubuntu. There are a lot I have to learn, but I enjoy
I usually use Ulead Video Studio and Edius 4. for video editting. They are good
enough to fulfil my necessity in teaching the students.
After finishing the Ubuntu I intend to learn OpenShot Video Editor as you have
Thank you very much for everything you've done.
Is it true that Ubuntu is like a shell in Novell, so we can mount anything on
the platform ? So if we don't need any we don't mount it, we only mount
something that we need. So it is sleek, concise, fast and so on. ? Where can I
find the source code of Ubuntu ? I actually have learned assembler in the DOS
era, since I began learning computer in 1981. I have made some designs to
control the traffic lights at that time using triac or relays. TQ and C U soon.
From: dbclinton <dbclin at gmail.com>
To: hutama dibya <romolhb at yahoo.com>
Sent: Tue, March 15, 2011 1:12:23 AM
Subject: Re: It works
On Sun, 2011-03-13 at 19:03 -0700, hutama dibya wrote:
> Thank you very much for all you've done. It is really a new horizon
> for me, with many to explore. I have also joined the Ubuntu forum so I
> can expand my knowledge about Ubuntu. I'm very enthusiasthic to learn
> the new horizon you've given me. And I think I can't thank you enough
> for those..
Good to hear things are working out. By the way, once you are settled
in, you might want to try the OpenShot Video Editor (you can install it
from the same Ubuntu Software Center as the others). I'm not sure how
stable it is, but it looks much more like the Windows XP Movie Maker
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