Open Movie Editor vs. Kdenlive.
coryisatm at nc.rr.com
Wed Jan 23 16:29:23 UTC 2008
George Farris wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-01-21 at 13:52 -0500, Cory K. wrote:
>> Ok. We need a serious technical look at these two to replace PiTiVi in
>> Ubuntu Studio-Hardy.
>> Open Movie Editor - http://openmovieeditor.sourceforge.net
>> KDEnlive - http://www.kdenlive.org
>> I'd also like to reference -
>> as having some good points. ie: OME has JACK support.
>> -Cory \m/
> I am trying to whip up some support and developers for the Pitivi
> project. I think it has great potential and would hate to see it die.
> I know this isn't the best list but anyone who has any interest in
> Python and video editors please head over to the pitivi mailing list and
> join the discussion.
> Pitivi home page.
> Help us make this a great video editor and also advance the Gstreamer
> libraries. It can only be a win, win situation.
Cool. I think for the normal user PiTiVi can be a great editor. For the
people looking a professional editor it's been pointed out that from a
technical POV gst just isn't where it needs to be.
Openlibs (http://www.openlibraries.org) has been said to be a better
choice for use in pro-focused apps. Which is what Ubuntu Studio and this
thread is getting at.
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