Video Editing Wanted

LP linuxpusher2 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 22:38:39 UTC 2014


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On 27 February 2014 13:05, Bob Jonkman <bjonkman at sobac.com> wrote:

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> I just created some videos[1] with Kdenlive, which worked out really
> well.
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> I've also used Pitivi, but it seems to have trouble rendering large
> files (running time more than 15 minutes), and I tried Cinelerra but
> couldn't even figure out how to load a raw video clip.
>
> I create most of my static HTML with a text editor, but used to use
> the editor in Mozilla's SeaMonkey suite. A derivative of the SeaMonkey
> editor is Kompozer http://www.kompozer.net/ and although I had it
> installed I've never actually used it. No idea how it does on non-HTML
> components on pages.
>
> If by Content Management you mean static blogware there's been some
> buzz in the !Fediverse[2] about Pelican http://blog.getpelican.com/,
> and I've also seen Ghost https://ghost.org/features/  Haven't used
> either, I'm a WordPress guy.
>
> - --Bob.
>
> [1] https://archive.org/search.php?query=Bob+Jonkman+ODD2014
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> [2] http://sn.jonkman.ca/conversation/49559#notice-227879
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> On 14-02-27 12:08 PM, Pay Wahun wrote:
> > Could anyone please tell me which and where to find a good open
> > source for video editing - video editor? Plus, is there any
> > competitive Photo editor comparable to Gimps? I've used Gimps for 4
> > years now and what a good software but just want to explore
> > others..
> >
> > Also any good open source web editor - not Arachnophilia or
> > Notepad++ but a good one with JavaScript, Xml, PHP, DHTML among
> > others? What about Content management beside Joomla and Drupal any
> > recommended one?
> >
> > Long live open source and Ubuntu in particular. I have been reading
> > here for past 6 years in West Africa and there's no Ubuntu liserv
> > better than Canadian listserv - I do lots of virtualization with
> > all major OS on my system stable and strong. I would be moving into
> > Cloud using /testing type 2 hyper visor before setting a full blown
> > rack-space.
> >
> > I hope to move some West African clients into the cloud to for
> > security and storage. This is a new venture in West Africa now
> > catching fire.
> >
> >
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