Fedora Studios Spin?
Juan M. Rodriguez
nushio at gmail.com
Mon Feb 18 18:35:05 UTC 2008
On Feb 18, 2008 12:02 PM, Michael Beckwith <michael.d.beckwith at gmail.com>
> We could probably include stuff like video and sound editing in the art
> spin if it's not already planned. However, I also know that linux is a
> bit of a sore spot when it comes to really high quality video editing. I
> am not sure when that will change, but there are some programs out there
> that do the stuff.
> Francesco Ugolini wrote:
> > I was searching the web when i found this page
> > http://studio-linux.org/stu <http://studio-linux.org/studios/>dios/<http://studio-linux.org/studios/>,
> i know it is a little bit obsolete,
> > but if you see many of those studios use (or used) Fedora Core 1/2.
> > So I've got an idea: why don't create a Fedora Spin with open source
> > movie/sound/image programmes. Yes, i know you may think this is the
> > wrong place for such issues, but I'm here to asking you what you
> > think, maybe it would be useful to know if someone is available to
> > take such responsibility (building rpm, QA etc...).
> > I read some time ago that there is an Art spin planned. Why don't add
> > movie tools and name it Fedora Studio Spin? There are a lot of
> > hobbyists that are in search of a free studio suite for their own
> > videos and """films""", it could be a reason to chose fedora instead
> > of commercial alternatives that many can't legally afford.
> > Regards
> > Francesco Ugolini
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I'm absolutely certain that the studio Peter Jackson (of Lord of the Rings
fame) used had Fedora Core 2. Now, I don't know what sort of Software they
used, but its been a long time since Fedora Core 2, and if it was 'good
enough' back then. Its more than useful right now.
Thats just my opinion.
Ing. Juan M. Rodriguez Moreno
Desarrollador de Sistemas Abiertos
Sitio: www.isocron.net [En Construcción]
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