I've recently switched to Fedora and im having trouble getting Cinelerra to install at all. Can anyone help me with which files to download, and what commands to use? Need more info let me know.
on 02/17/2010 – Made popular on 02/17/2010
But that led to the problem that the package "libmpeg3cine" could not be installed because some files were already installed by package "mpeg3-utils". The package system seemed broken because of a defective package.
Here is a simple patch for Cinelerra 4.5 from Heroine Virtual
The Source code is located here http://sourceforge.net/projects/heroines/
extract the archive and place the patch in the cinelerra-4.5 directory, open a terminal in that directory and
patch -p1 < cinelerra.patch
basically the speech_tools were not up to gcc standards
For F11, I cannot resolve all of the dependencies. Specifically, libuuid and libuuid-devel. These are not in any of the standard Fedora repos, but I did download them from pbone.net. But apparently that libuuid conflicts with another already installed lib - libe2p.so.
I recently watched Revolution OS and have become a huge fan of the Linux movement. I am running Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamnder).
I tried installing Cinelerra and have read the past thread for installing it and still can't figure it out. When I type the command "sudo apt-get install cinelerra" this comes up:
I have to agree with the previous poster, cinelerra is the way to go, if you want or need professional capabilities.What's more is that cinelerra package is available within the standard CrunchBang repositories.
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