Digital Video on Linux?
warquel at hotmail.com
Tue Feb 5 21:26:37 PST 2002
For $600 you can get an iMac with DV abilities. However Linux Journal just
had an article about Video Editors. The article mentions Broadcast 2000,
Crow, Kino, LVE, MainActor and Trinity. If you have a subscription take a
look or go to the bookstore and read the latest article.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lincoln Peters" <lincoln_peters at hotmail.com>
To: <talk at nblug.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 8:14 PM
Subject: Re: Digital Video on Linux?
> I found a page about Broadcast 2000 on Heroinewarrior.com, and it said:
> "After a long period of deliberation on the matter, Broadcast 2000 has
> removed from public access due to excessive liability."
> The page about Cinelerra did not have a message like that, but there was
> link to download it on that page either. All products other than those
> had download links (if it were commercial software, I would have at least
> expected informatoin on how to order).
> Is there any other way to get those programs, or do I need to use
> else? Should I just get an iMac?
> >From: Colin Marquardt <colin at marquardt-home.de>
> >Reply-To: <talk at nblug.org>
> >To: <talk at nblug.org>
> >Subject: Re: Digital Video on Linux?
> >Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2002 19:27:09 +0100
> >"Lincoln Peters" <lincoln_peters at hotmail.com> writes:
> > > Linux, there must be tools out there for working with digital video
> > > on Linux (i.e. capturing, editing, exporting, etc.).
> >Search for "Broadcast 2000" and "Cinelerra".
> > Colin
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