Episode 35: Video Editing and Texas Linux Fest 2010

In this episode

Rothgar’s YouTube channel

New iPhone preview

Gamers agreed to give their souls to GameStation

HTC Incredible




Twitter: PeppermintOS

Ubuntu 10.04

Texas Linux Fest

Texas Linux Fest 2010 programs

Keynotes on Youtube

Joe Brockmeier

00:00 – 09:59 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arBFnGlsEP8

09:59 – 09:55 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB-j9E7zOoQ

19:54 – 09:18 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2BL-sqj4qU

29:12 – 09:21 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IA6sujQIBM

Randal Schwartz

00:00 – 09:58 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvfv5lgDTaA

09:58 – 09:41 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak1Q39SCrRc

19:39 – 09:44 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDxwzendtuI

29:23 – 08:43 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0I34MvTUMI

Interview with Tracy Holz and Carl Dempsey

High Tech Redneck

Podcast: Working in the Open

Firewall software: Untangle

Open-source network operating system: Vyatta

Video Editing


Stop motion video

Tools Rothgar used to create the video







Rothgar’s entry

Web site of the week

Palm Development Center

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4 Replies to “Episode 35: Video Editing and Texas Linux Fest 2010”

  1. Craig

    I heard you guys mention that you will be talking about video editors in a future podcast as well – so I hope that you include the Blender VSE in that discussion.

    Although it uses Blender’s… unique… interface, it is a very powerful editor: capable of handling all the formats (video, audio, image) that I have thrown at it; many transistions and effects; plugins for anything it doesn’t have; is robustly coded.

    I use it on a 1st generation netbook (630MHz CPU, 2GB RAM) to edit HD video footage with many different formats being brought into it. It doesn’t crash, and plays back at full speed in preview – it’s been a dream to use when compared to how other linux video editors have performed for me.

    • Rothgar

      Hey, do you have a link for Blender VSE or how to install it in Linux Mint? I can’t find it in synaptic package manager and I have never heard of it. I will start googling if I haven’t heard from you.

  2. Sorteal

    I’m kind of surprised that LiVES was not a focal point when discussing video editing on Linux Mint. Mint is one of the best distros to run LiVES on, along with Mandriva and PCLinuxOS.

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