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Re: Fedora Studios Spin?

On Feb 18, 2008 12:02 PM, Michael Beckwith <michael d beckwith gmail com> wrote:
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/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.
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