[ubuntu-studio-devel] Package Selection for Yakketi Yak

lukefromdc at hushmail.com lukefromdc at hushmail.com
Mon Apr 25 17:53:15 UTC 2016

If Recordmydesktop is dropped it should be replaced. I have issues with it but
still use it, as the alternative is to take the time to set up a video camera aligned
with the screen. 

On 4/25/2016 at 11:30 AM, "Set Hallstrom" <set at ubuntustudio.org> wrote:
>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 
>>      machine.
>> Drop gnome-color-manager which we have never gotten to work 
>right and
>> add dispcalgui (DisplayCAL) which at least seems to work for us. 
>> 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 
>link from zequence:
>that states: "No duplication of tools: If two applications do the 
>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 
>complete and professional VSE than pitivi and openshots. I wanted 
>state that there would be a choice between the 2 basic VSE's that 
>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 
>for beginners, and put our choice between kdelive en pitivi?
>Anyone with good experience using pitivi that could/wants to weigh 
>Set Hallstrom AKA Sakrecoer
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