Video Editing with LiVES LiVES video editorJul 07, 2008
Linux users who edit videos on their computers have so far been restricted to the fairly simplistic Kino program and the functional monster Cinelerra. LiVES steps up to fill the gap.more »
3D Animation Maya 8.5Jul 02, 2008
Realistic computer-animated movie scenes have been around for years, but hair, water, and fire are still difficult for 3D programs to handle. The new Maya 8.5 stands above the crowd.more »
Jahshaka 2.0 Video editing with JahshakaJul 02, 2008
One of the first things you notice about the free video-editing software Jahshaka is its unconventional controls. But once you master the learning curve, Jahshaka turns out to be a useful tool with professional features.more »
VIDEO JOCKEY VJing with VeejayJul 01, 2008
Video jockeys (VJs) are a by-prod-uct of music TV. Instead of juggling with LPs, VJs projected colored images onto the screen. Today, all you need to be a VJ is a standard PC and the right effects program. To get started, you just need a couple of snippets of original video material and the free effects program, Veejay. According to the ads on the project homepage, Veejay “allows you to ‘play’ the video like you would play a piano.”more »
OpenML Multimedia applications with OpenMLJul 01, 2008
Programming multimedia applications in Linux used to be a tedious process, demanding specialized libraries and even custom code for addressing hardware directly. The OpenML library offers a simpler approach.more »
New releases of the two competing Web technologies, Flash and Silverlight, have just become available. While version 10 of the new Flash Player runs on three platforms, the Silverlight implementation, Moonlight, is designed exclusively for Linux systems.more »
In the scope of the Open Screen project Adobe has facilitated the use of Flash on mobile devices. At the same time, Adobe now offers the SWF and FLV specifications as a PDF download.more »
Rob Glidden of Sun Microsystems reports in his blog on two new Open Source projects by his employer which will lead to a free media solution with video and audio codecs.more »
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Developers can use RHEL as a development platform without a subscription fee.
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