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From: George Farris <farrisg@ma...> - 2008-01-22 16:09:06
This was on the Ubuntu list and I was wondering if there was any
movement here in regards to Pitivi. Brandon mentioned he had some time
over Christmas to work on it. Seems a shame that we would loose this
opportunity to be in the Ubuntu Studio distro.
I do understand it is an awful lot of work ...
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> From: Cory K. <coryisatm@...>
> To: Ubuntu Studio Development & Technical Discussion
> Cc: Ubuntu Developer Discussion Mailing List
> Subject: Open Movie Editor vs. Kdenlive.
> Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 13:52:54 -0500
> Ok. We need a serious technical look at these two to replace PiTiVi in
> Ubuntu Studio-Hardy.
> Open Movie Editor - http://openmovieeditor.sourceforge.net
> KDEnlive - http://www.kdenlive.org
> I'd also like to reference -
> as having some good points. ie: OME has JACK support.
> -Cory \m/
> KDEnlive is great, but it has two problems (for us). Firstly, it's a
> KDE app, and so doesn't integrate as well as it could into Gnome
> (having said that, neither does Open Movie Editor). Secondly, it
> tends to crash quite a lot at the moment. Despite those drawbacks,
> it is the best armature video editor we have IMHO.
> Open Movie Editor just isn't as good.
> And PiTiVi... well I've never been able to use it for anything,
> it crashes a lot too, but even when it's not crashing, it's not being
> any use, again, that's just MHO.
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