[CinCV TNG] Time to take a look at the new additions in upstream ?
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Sun May 17 22:44:08 CEST 2015
Perhaps it is time to dwell on what could be integrated into...
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> Is this time to take a look at the new additions in upstream?
> The newsletter of cinelerra 4.6 (HV) announce several new additions in
> theirversion of 05.11.2015.
> Perhaps it is time to dwell on what could be integrated into HP.
> Here is the text of their newsletter:
>> *_Cinelerra Newsletter - May 18, 2014 Volume 2 - Issue 3_*
>> Cinelerra was recently integrated with the FFMPEG library and we are
>> reporting higher speeds and new support for multiple formats and
>> resolutions. Cinelerra is now editing AVID and APPLE Final Cut Pro
>> files with ease. 8 Bit, 10 Bit, 12 Bit, 14 Bit ---- Pretty Amazing!
>> The Color Correction tools of Cinelerra aka Telecine are quite
>> extensive and can enable you to greatly improve the look and dynamics
>> of your work.
>> We integrated the G'MIC library as a plug-in to our Cine-Color
>> Telecine tools-- an open and full-featured framework for image
>> processing, providing several different user interfaces to convert,
>> manipulate, filter, and visualize, generic image datasets, from 1d
>> scalar signals to 3d+t sequences of multi-spectral volumetric images.
>> New updates to Cinelerra online – as of May 12, 2014. Download for
>> Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, and Open SUSE. Also, there is a script for
>> building from source on-line in the download and developer area.
>> A 32 bit version of Cinelerra is on the website download page for
>> those using older systems.
>> We tried a Wiki manual, but, removed it after abuse from the spammer
>> world. We will probably try it again soon as we are testing a more
>> secure Wiki implementation.
>> The merge between the community support network (CV) and Cinelerra
>> from Heroine Virtual was completed, released, and has been stable for
>> over a month.
>> A new controller to Cinelerra built on the Android platform is
>> available on-line. You can use your Android device as a remote
>> controller and turn Cinelerra into a TV and DVR.
>> Developers are invited to participate in the improvements to
>> Cinelerra, including recent commits – all on-line.
>> Submit features and updates for review and inclusion into the 4.6
>> version of Cinelerra. We made a number of changes to the Cinelerra
>> Titler for your testing and review.
>> We listed both tutorial and creative videos on-line on the website
>> --- find many amazing creations produced on Cinelerra and numerous
>> helpful on-line tutorials for assisting you with basic editing and
>> special effects plug-ins including motion tracking, titling, and slow
>> motion. Many more.
>> Live support is available four-six hours per day from 12:00 – 17:00
>> PDT. (Los Angeles timezone)
>> Please share Cinelerra with your media loving friends.
>> Add us on Twitter for news on updates -- @CINELERRAdotORG
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