Pitivi, a free and open source video editor for the Linux platform based on the GStreamer multimedia framework, is now at version 0.91 Alpha. We haven't heard in a while from the developers of Pitivi, but it was for a good reason. They redesigned and reworked the entire architecture of the software. “Since 0.15.2, over 1300 changes have been committed in Pitivi alone.
This is the fourth in a series of interviews about open source multimedia, the previous interviews were about Jokosher, Totem and
Empathy. For this interview we talk with Edward Hervey who is the maintainer of the PiTiVI video editor. Edward will talk to us about the current status of the PiTiVi video editor and their plans going forward.
The latest GNOME Journal has hit the streets. Issue 18, published on February 5, is a special edition focusing on multimedia, and a wrap-up of the GNOME Boston Summit by Jason Clinton. Four articles are by first time GNOME Journal contributors!
At the Ubuntu Developer Summit – Oneiric at Budapest, the Ubuntu developers have decided to drop two applications from the default installation – PiTiVi and Computer Janitor.PiTiViPiTiVi is a video editor that was first made a default application in Ubuntu 10.04 “Lucid Lynx”. Although PiTiVi had a lot of potential when it was first included, the Ubuntu developers at UDS-O h
PiTiVi is a GTK-based film editor that shows promise but lacks enough refinement to be much more than a "lite" version of other film packages. Its interface is simple enough to use as it was designed, with both newbie and seasoned film fanciers in mind. PiTiVi was created in 2004...
This week in the world of Free and Open Source Software, we had a lot of interesting things taking place. The Ubuntu Developers Summit – Oneiric had concluded and we now have an idea of what to expect from Ubuntu 11.10.