[ubuntu-studio-devel] [Blueprint ubuntustudio-video-x] ubuntustudio-video X

lukefromdc at hushmail.com lukefromdc at hushmail.com
Tue May 12 17:36:21 UTC 2015

Kdenlive comes with a lot of dependencies but also a hell of a lot
of capability combined with a GUI not as different from the paid
video editors as blender's video editing GUI. It does add a lot of
dependencies, but lots of times someone ends up needing one 
KDE application anyway,

Right now the real ugliness is having anything that depends on 
KDE 4 plus something that depends on kf5, as the newest version
of kdenlive does. That should soon be resolved.

Kdenlive is also an official part of the KDE 5 software suite 
(whatever it's official name is) and will probably thus end up a 
default install in Kubuntu at some point.

On 5/12/2015 at 6:58 AM, "ttoine" <ttoine at ttoine.net> wrote:
>I agree, we need one simple and one advanced.
>With kdenlive, however, come a lot of KDE dependencies. It will 
>add weight
>to install I so, and is not great for performance.
>Blender is a desktop agnostic application, that is why it is my 
>choice, + you can use it in jacks, sync transport with ardour, and 
>more. Maybe we can create a custom user profile dedicated for video
>editing, and have a standard launcher for 3D ?
>Le 12 mai 2015 12:32, "Set Hallstrom" <sakrecoer at gmail.com> a 
>écrit :
>> On 2015-05-12 12:29, Jimmy Sjölund wrote:
>> > I don't see Blender replacing PiTiVi and/or OpenShot. We have 
>not worked
>> > that much with the categories yet but in my view:
>> >
>> > -= Simple Video Editor =-
>> > PiTiVi vs OpenShot
>> >
>> > -= Advanced Video Editor =-
>> > Kdenlive vs Blender
>> >
>> > I think we need both an easy option similar to what is 
>presented on
>> > Windows and Mac platforms as well as a more advanced 
>application for
>> > creating more advance videos.
>> >
>> > /Jimmy
>> That's a great idea! I'm 700% down with you on it :)
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