Category: Software

Cinelerra-CV Floss-Manual

Floss Manuals francophone has published a manual about the open-source professional video-editing software Cinelerra. The publication is available for download as PDF or Epub on the website of Floss Manuals, a printed version will be available soon. The publication was written and edited during a Libérathon (booksprint). Target audience The intention of the publisher was […]

Editing software, Manuals, News

Screencast FFMPEG with sound

To make a high quality screencast with sound from the soundcard. Great if you want to record for example a webpage that contains sound. system: Ubuntu 12.04 Record without sound, image size relative to dimensions of your screen: ffmpeg -f x11grab -s `xdpyinfo | grep ‘dimensions:’|awk ‘{print $2}’` -r 25 -i :0.0 -sameq output.mkv Record […]

Editing software, Manuals, Problems and solutions

Kids test Toonloop

Two small video’s to show the fun kid of the Prinses Paolaschool in Molenbeek / Brussels had while testing the live stop-motion software Toonloop. Toonloop developer Alexandre Quessy was guest at BEAM, the Multi-Media Atelier of JES Brussels.

Collaborative filming, Editing software, Films and Projects, News, toonloop

Toonloop performance

On the occasion of Libre Graphics Unit, Alexandre Quessy demonstrated Toonloop, the open source animation software he develops in FoAM in Brussels on friday 24, 2012. Here’s a video impression of the evening: Your browser does not support the video tag.

Editing software, Films and Projects, Software, toonloop, Workshops

Lightworks OS in progress

From the Lightworks website “As we announced in 2010, our commitment is to make Lightworks an Open Source project. Naturally, there are many legal issues and complications in doing so with a product that has over 20 years’ history.” “We’re happy to report that we are making huge strides towards completing porting Lightworks to Linux […]

Editing software, News, Software


After hearing enthusiastic reports of colleagues who saw a demonstration of Toonloop during the Libre Graphics Meeting, I was curious to find out more. I installed it, worked a bit with it, and I have to say: not often am I thrilled by new software for video on GNU-Linux, but this time: Ooh yes! Toonloop […]

Editing software, Manuals, News, Software

Splitscreen Kdenlive

A bit jealous of Michaels beautiful Royal Splitscreen Xmas film, I ran a small test myself of the description how to produce a split screen in Kdenlive.

Editing software, Films and Projects, Manuals

Vrolijk Kerstfeest / Joyeux Noël

Vrolijk Kerstfeest / Joyeux Noël from Michael Murtaugh on Vimeo.

Editing software, Films and Projects

9 video splitscreen

A simple way to combine multiple video’s on one screen. We looked around for simple tools to make a splitscreen in multiple parts, not just two, but with more fragments, so that the final result would be a checkerboard with small video’s. Unexpectedly it was hard to find. Finally, turned out it is a job […]

Editing software, Manuals, News, Problems and solutions

GPL workflow

The Apertus project aims to create a powerful, free and open (in terms of liberty) cinema camera that filmmakers love to use. The project is based on the Elphel open source camera. The Apertus website has a new sub site ‘about the research to achieve a 100% free software workflow to post-process video under Linux.’ […]

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