[ubuntu-studio-devel] Package Selection for Yakketi Yak
set at ubuntustudio.org
Mon Apr 25 15:29:56 UTC 2016
On 2016-04-25 15:56, Len Ovens wrote:
> Good idea.
> So far here are some thigns that have been added:
> Drumgizmo and it's editor dgedit
> For those who want drums that sound like drums and not a drum
> Drop gnome-color-manager which we have never gotten to work right and
> add dispcalgui (DisplayCAL) which at least seems to work for us. Can
> anyone with a real colorimeter try this? :)
> Drop recordmydesktop as no one seems to get good results from it
> VokoScreen seems to work well for at least some people. I think a solid
> sound setup in the first place would help others. (basically making sure
> pulse sees no physical devices, but jack only, helps a lot)
I'm in favor of all those points :)
I think we should be looking at our video sequencers. I just got this
link from zequence:
that states: "No duplication of tools: If two applications do the same
exact thing, only one of them should be included."
Atm we have 4 video sequencers:
Blender, Kdenliv, Pitivi and openshots.
Blender does quite a lot of things that non of the other 3 does, so it
is not up for removal. I always got the feeling that kdenlive is a more
complete and professional VSE than pitivi and openshots. I wanted to
state that there would be a choice between the 2 basic VSE's that are
good for beginners: openshots and pitivi, but it seems pitivi has come a
long way lately. Perhaps that means it would be good to keep openshot
for beginners, and put our choice between kdelive en pitivi?
Anyone with good experience using pitivi that could/wants to weigh in?
Set Hallstrom AKA Sakrecoer
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