way more than video and 'possible' ;)
Posted Nov 24, 2006 15:10 UTC (Fri) by flavioflavio
Parent article: Video editing in Linux, it *is* possible
Hi there. Nice article - you might have reasons now to completely discard your proprietary softwares, since we've been doing here in brazil. We've been using only free software for all kinds of multimedia use and have been gathering a nice documentation here: estudiolivre.org. You'll see there is a video section there and, on the following link, a fluxogram that sums the whole video chainline (click on the image) of video production, from its most common sources, most common softwares and most common destinations.
A note to it is that HDV is still missing, blender being used as editing/post-editing software is still missing and liveS as post-editing software is also missing. In the near future, we'll also add a separate chainline for audio treatment/sync to be seen in parallell to all that. Hope it can be useful!
The link: http://estudiolivre.org/tiki-index.php?page=Produzindo+V%...
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