Linked by Roberto J. Dohnert on Mon 6th Oct 2003 01:36 UTC
Multimedia, AV In the past in order to make good home movies one needed either a Mac or a Windows PC. There were no good video editors for Linux in the past. Today with Jahshaka and Main Actor the things that could only be done on a Mac or a Wintel machine can now be done on a Lintel machine as well.
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Follow up: I did like the article
by Mark Wilson on Mon 6th Oct 2003 03:34 UTC

Re: thumbs down for me
Anonymous wrote:

"Sounds like a typical my distro is better then yours article, which features a lack of details and a general ignorance of the other distributions that are oh soo bad. Throw in a few guarded jabs at Gnome and gtk and you have a troll my friends."

I didn't think the article was a troll, and while I prefer Gnome to KDE, I can understand the different aesthetic preference.

Re: Waste of Space
Trekkie wrote:

"Nice slam at the end to people who don't know how/don't want to know how to compile. That's the elitist attitude keeping linux out of the main stream."

Or a suggestion that you buy a distribution with support or hire an experienced programmer to configure a Linux system for you.

Re: content
Anonymous wrote:

"I agree with the previous poster on the lack of content. Having reached the end of the article I was like, "Where's page 2, 3, ... ?"

I did learn some new thinks in this article about Suse's ability to work with consumer electronics.

"so giving us a sample of some editing done with this new software would have been nice."

I agree. I hope the author or someone else will provide a link to a movie edited with one or more of these tools.

Regards,

Mark Wilson