Linux.com: "Last week, I started to share information on FOSS multimedia tools, covering some integrated multimedia distributions and some audio tools. This week, in part two, I will cover video editing, scanning, converting from one format to another, and publishing your creative arts."
hi, i am known as leo or tehtrb.i've used #! before, 9.04 or 9.10 it was i believe. i have tried many distros before, i have tried many others since then - recommend pure:dyne for audio/multimedia.i recently came back and it feels great. while there have been some very enjoyable changes, the all-powerful yet simple core thought of the system has not changed a bit.
In an Android app, I need to select resources from a resources folder other than the currently selected one (the interface language is whatever the system selects, but the user may select a different language for TTS). Due to the way the application is structured, switching resources is not an option; I need both the default and the alternate set at the same time.
Have you ever wished to embed a youtube video in an OpenOffice document or wondered if you could prepare a presentation with better integration of multimedia content? Well, the time has come, OpenOffice has adopted the Gstreamer framework to improve multimedia support on Linux.
Some news for Debian Multimedia users. Change your sources list to include the new line for the Multimedia repo. I think everything is covered here:http://debian-multimedia.org/You have simply to substitute the old line with the new one.Have fun!
Phoronix: GPAC Multimedia Framework Now A Decade Old
The GPAC open-source multimedia project is now one decade old and in that time has seen 5,000 commits. Developers behind GPAC have written into Phoronix to explain their Linux-supportive multimedia crusade...