OpenShot 1.2.2 Further Pushes Open-Source Video Editing
Phoronix: OpenShot 1.2.2 Further Pushes Open-Source Video Editing
OpenShot, one of the popular and promising non-linear open-source video editing projects, is out today with their first major release in nearly a half-year. OpenShot 1.2.2 is this new release and it brings a number of new features and other bug-fixes as it attempts to close the gap between open and closed-source video editors...
No GStreamer, but FFMPEG and MLT
OpenShot seems to forgo GStreamer in favor of FFMPEG and MLT. [Sarcasm] Spurning proper integration into the one true Linux desktop, GNOME. Not to mention spurning our DRM-loving, "proprietary plugin"-peddling and GPL-violating friends at Fluendo.[Sarcasm]
Actually, it's kind of scary how Redhat seems to have lost the desktop bet. With Meego having chosen Qt, it will be a slow and painful death for GNOME, GTK, Glib, GStreamer etc. Too bad for all the usability work and money that went into these.