s.bello at sintechno.it
Tue Oct 21 16:37:27 BST 2008
On Tue, 2008-10-21 at 16:12 +0200, Litus Mayol i Ricart wrote:
> 2008/10/21 Rafael Chacon <rafa62 at yahoo.com>
> Litus Mayol i Ricart wrote:
> Two programs instead of one?
> Isn't there any all-in-one film editing program?
> On Mon, 2008-10-20 at 16:27 -0600, Gustin Johnson wrote:
> Stop thinking like a Windows or Mac user. Here we use the
> right tool
> for the right job. Generally in the FLOSS world, you will
> find less of
> the all in one programs, but you will find more specialized
> tools that
> excel at their task.
> At the end of the day does it really matter? I know that I
> care about
> getting the job done.
> From: Sergio Bello <s.bello at sintechno.it>
> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
> <ubuntu-studio-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Sent: Monday, October 20, 2008 4:58:41 PM
> Subject: Re: Premiere Pro
> Closed source applications have the tendency to close the door
> to other
> products so that users aren't free to choose the best tool
> from other
> vendors for the job.
> Linux developers, on the other hand, favor interoperability at
> a high
> degree. The audio routing system is a major example: you can
> chain audio
> application so that a signal can flow from an an app to the
> freely, with enormous flexibility.
> The same applies to video, text, command outputs and so on.
> You can pipe
> data at your wish, filter it, elaborate it through the best
> Having to use more than an application is not a weakness: it's
> For some users: "Simplicity is the name of the game". I mean:
> "I do not want to be a programmer or a software expert to
> take advantage of a computer. In those terms, I prefer a
> "wizard" that helps me to a quick start in a home video
> production instead to study days or months to become an expert
> in a specialized tool and... continue to study to become an an
> expert in an other specialized tool and so on.. to get the job
> I do not deny --if video is my hobby-- I will take that path
> (and very interested in learning in all related tools --that
> is the reason I am here--) and I agree with Gustin and Sergio.
> But, if you are a beginner or you have little time to get the
> job done, a "good-enough-tool" that does all-in-one probably
> is the best solution. I did this comment because for a
> beginner in Linux (like me) it is very hard the first steps
> when you come from a "few-clicks-world" to get the job done.
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> I'm a total newbie just now. But I'm not learning to use it as a
> hobby, it's my futur. So probably I'll choose the difficult way.
> Diferent programs, more exact tools.
> That's the way it works...!
> Thanks anyway to everybody!
So, good luck, and have a nice time with linux!
> Carles Mayol i Ricart
> Rocker, socialdemocrata, independentista, culé, republicà, ubuntaire i
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