Nicu Buculei wrote:
Casey Dahlin wrote:
Pitivi is nice for little home movies, but it is NOT an industrial
strength NLE and I think it would do more harm to itself than good if
it tried to be. It will keep Joe User very happy, but not the prosumer
But we are not allowed (by law) to include something that, according
to your definition, will make the prosumer crowd happy. What to do?
This is in practice. The key issue here is the nature of the interface
and kinds of features exposed, not the codecs. It just so happens that
all the good prosumer options are a bit less than patent-friendly, its
not because it must be that way.
crowd. And trying to give Cinelerra to those people is just
embarrassing. Its about as stable as win98 and kludgey as hell.
Well, in my experience Cinelerra is worse than Win98, maybe like
But, again, due to the codecs, Cinelerra is not included
in Fedora either...
You may consider packaging JahShaka at Livna/Rpmfusion. Ptitivi in
Fedora proper for everyone and JahShaka in Livna for those who are
allowed by local law.
Or I could hike upstream and make JahShaka use gstreamer.... hmm....
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