That is quite the impressive-looking piece of software. And given the quality one expects from the VLC team it should be good. I'll definitely be trying it out once they have an official release.
GCS/O d+(-@) s: a-->? C(++) UL P+ L+++@ E@
W++$ N++ !o K++ w(++) !O M(-) !V PS+(++)
PE-() Y+ PGP++ t++(+++@)* 5++ X++@ R+++@
tv+ b++(+++) DI++ D+ G+ e++>++++ h- r y?
VLC is my favourite video player. If the editor is as good it'll be great.
if anyone has succes compiling please post the Deb Package here.
At least it won't have too many issues with dud exports like I've had with KDEnlive. And I expect good things from the UI.
EDIT (saw the video:) ...And the UI doesn't look as good as I'd like (the "new project" wizard is a bad sign,) but it still looks usable enough.
Last edited by MaxIBoy; December 24th, 2009 at 07:42 AM.
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It's only just been publically released, most people can't even compile it, yet it's better than Pitivi. Impressive. It just goes to show that you don't need to take three years to "get the fundamentals right".
My only concern is with rendering the output (where most video editors fall down). I've never successfully transcoded any videos with VLC; anyone want to bet that I can't render my output in VLMC?
I try to treat the cause, not the symptom. I avoid the terminal in instructions, unless it's easier or necessary. My instructions will work within the Ubuntu system, instead of breaking or subverting it. Those are the three guarantees to the helpee.
My god i am so excited finally a decent developper picks up the niche