Addition(s) to the Video Meta package
ronan at jouchet.fr
Sat Aug 1 12:38:48 BST 2009
Hi Eric, hi everybody,
My two cents about LiVES:
- Though not officially in ubuntu, it is currently regularly packaged
by the getdeb team (http://www.getdeb.net/app/LiVES). Does it mean it
can be easily suggested via REVU?
- Note also that it has been maturing quite nicely recently, and seems
IMHO one of the most well-maintained apps mentioned here.
I added salsaman (LiVES author) to this discussion.
> Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 13:13:18 -0700
> From: Eric Hedekar<afterthebeep at gmail.com>
> Subject: Addition(s) to the Video Meta package
> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
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> Technical Discussion" <ubuntu-studio-devel at lists.ubuntu.com>
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> Hi Everyone,
> I've seen a number of posts to the forums asking about live video
> adjustment software, VJ software and the like. There actually is a large
> amount of this available for Linux but none in the Ubuntu Studio video meta
> package. Here's a quick list of what I've stumbled upon:
> * FreeJ http://freej.org/ packaged:
> * EffecTV http://effectv.sourceforge.net/ packaged:
> * frei0r plugins: http://www.piksel.org/frei0r packaged:
> http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=frei0r-plugins (more of a
> library than a software package)
> * GEM library for Pure Data http://gem.iem.at/ packaged:
> * PDvjtools http://artefacte.org/pd/ not packaged (yet)
> * VeeJay http://www.veejayhq.net/ not packaged (yet)
> * Gephex http://www.gephex.org/ not packaged (yet)
> * Lives http://lives.sourceforge.net/ not packaged (yet)
> Personally I think any one of these softwares would make a great addition to
> the video meta package, but seeing as I'm not a video junkie I really am not
> sure if they'll get used. This e-mail is to judge public interest/support
> for such an addition to the meta, and if it's positive, which of the above
> (or possibly one I haven't listed) would be best?
> Logically, adding one that's already in the repositories would be easiest
> for Karmic, but if packaging wasn't a stumbling block I'd prefer to see
> VeeJay added (purely based on the look of it's user interface). The
> libraries for Pure Data would also be nice additions since Pure Data is
> already included in the audio meta. FreeJ also looks good. Thoughts?
> -Eric Hedekar
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