> Cory K. a écrit :
>> laurent.bellegarde wrote:
>>> is there an ubuntu studio team member who could explain me exactly
>>> what's wrong in free software Cinelerra not to include it into official
>>> ubuntu repository ?
>>> is it just a matter of fonts ?
>> Fonts are one, along with a myriad of other issues that have precluded
>> it from being in other free distros.
>> In the end we're (Ubuntu Studio) waiting for Lumiera to release.
>> In the mean time there is a repo for Cinelerra-CV:
>> And a binary for Cinelerra from Heroine Virtual:
>> -Cory K.
> hi, yes we know about theses links because we are making a deb package
> for 32 and 64 bits Ubuntu release in www.lprod.org.
> My question is to know exactly to modifiy in the source code to allow
> the package to be in regular repository.
You can't really. We've tried and even worked with the Cinelerre-CV guys
to do it. No luck. It's too much work.
> Yesterday i've tested the Cinelerra 4 release under ubuntu studio 32
> bits, it work's fine, with many improvements...
> We are goind to do a new package for all the users of Ubuntu.
I really don't see the point since there is a repo for the -CV version
and C4. People can just use one of those.
> Lumiera is absolutely free ? is it a fork ? is it a new branch ? is
> there something usuable at this time ?
It is a complete ground-up re-write. Google will show you all the info
you want. They have a IRC channel as well.
Best I can say is that many have been down the road of trying to clean
it up enough to get it into a distro. It won't happen. Lumiera has the
best chance but that's a ways off.
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