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A few months ago, we outlined a few of the major moments in the history of digital rights management (DRM) in the music industry. This time, we're talking about TV, video, and the events in the ongoing fight over copying. We're still calling it the "DRM graveyard"--but as you'll see, the failures... Read more
1 comment Posted 9 Jul 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Open Video Conference: Sharing more through open video
For the past three years, I've attended the Open Video Conference in New York City, and in that short time the conference has not only grown in attendance, but the conversations being had there have changed quite a bit as well. What began as many small conversations about codecs, file types, and... Read more
0 comments Posted 6 Jan 2012 by Mike Esser (Red Hat) Feed
Kdenlive Part 6.  Cut and Print.
Post-production is a long and involved process. As these articles have demonstrated, Kdenlive is capable of handling every step with efficiency and flexibility. In this final article, we will discuss the final export of the full project from Kdenlive, as well as examine the over-all free software... Read more
2 comments Posted 4 Jan 2012 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Kdenlive Part 5. All About Audio.
Traditionally, the film editing process was regimented and compartmentalized. The assistant editors helped organize footage, the editor cut the picture, a sound engineer mixed the sound tracks, and a music composer provided the score. In today's quickly evolving landscape of film production, these... Read more
0 comments Posted 19 Dec 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Good photography doesn't just happen. Careful attention to lens settings, depth-of-field charts, and lighting will produce quality images but even those, since the days of the earliest photography, have been taken into the darkroom and adjusted.
3 comments Posted 12 Dec 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Some of the compositing tools of Kdenlive
It is expected that even a modest video editor will feature a set of basic video transitions. The challenge is to offer critical effects without becoming bloated and unfocused in scope. Kdenlive manages to offer the most commonly required effects with all the standard options without sacrificing... Read more
9 comments Posted 5 Dec 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Kdenlive
GNU/Linux has infamously been wanting for a good, solid, professional-level free video editor for years. There have been glimpses of hope here and there, but mostly the editors that have the look and feel of a professional application are prone to blockbuster-worthy crashes, and those that have... Read more
25 comments Posted 16 Nov 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Do you use Creative Commons licenses on YouTube?
If you've uploaded a video to YouTube recently, you may have noticed a new option to license your video. In addition to the Standard YouTube license, you now have a choice to select Creative Commons CC BY license [attribution - reuse allowed].
5 comments Posted 15 Nov 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Do you use Creative Commons licenses on YouTube?
If you've uploaded a video to YouTube recently, you may have noticed a new option to license your video. In addition to the Standard YouTube license, you now have a choice to select Creative Commons CC BY license [attribution - reuse allowed].
5 comments Posted 15 Nov 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Novacut delivers distributed collaboration in HD-SLR video editing
Most visual artists will use any camera handed to them to make their art, secure in the knowledge that it's not the camera that makes a picture, it's the camera operator. This holds true for post-production tools, as well, and most good video editors will make great art regardless of the video... Read more
0 comments Posted 12 Oct 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed

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