Seth Kenlon explains how to implement one of the oldest VFX techniques in open source video editor Kdenlive.
In his latest Multimedia Makers column, Seth Kenlon gives some attention to the tools outside Kdenlive that help produce great sound for motion pictures.
Seth Kenlon shows us how to add lower thirds to video in Kdenlive.
This week, our Top 5 includes two interviews with speakers at upcoming OSCON 2015, a video editing how-to, plus what you need to know about Docker and LibreOffice.
It doesn't take long to get comfortable working in the Kdenlive timeline, but it does take a little bit of work to get efficient. Seth Kenlon offers some tips.
Titles in video have always been difficult. It isn't the actual production of titles that's the problem—that's pretty straightforward in any multimedia program—but getting them to look good.
Kdenlive features an advanced overlay system by default. In fact, it's almost—but not quite—nodal. Node compositing is found in dedicated compositing software like Blender and Natron. And that's by default, for free.
To kick off a new series called Multimedia Makers on Opensource.com, Seth Kenlon shows you how to create split screens with Kdenlive. Multimedia Makers is a series of tutorials and tips on creating multimedia with Linux and its vast creative toolkit. Brought to you by slackermedia.info and... Read more
Welcome to the Opensource.com Top 5! Every week I bring you the best of what we've published this week. It's always five articles, about five most interesting open source stories from around the globe.
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