Category Archives: PiTiVi

3 days left to prepare your summer

Hi folks, The Google Summer of Code deadline for student application is nearing and thought it would be good to highlight some projects that are dear to me: PiTiVi : The inclusion of PiTiVi in Ubuntu Lucid has brought about a lot more interest, and while the reception is overall positive for what it can […]

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PiTiVi 0.13.4 “Cabernet d’Anjou”

Hi all, The PiTiVi development team is thrilled to announce a new release of the PiTiVi video editor. Amongst the new features: video mixing/transparency support icon view in source list smoother scrolling modeless splitting seek on click faster waveforms zoom slider UI beautifications Speed optimisations dbus/hal dependency now optional translated in 30 languages More info […]

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The result of the past few months of hacking

As some people noticed in the PiTiVi community, I haven’t been working that much on PiTiVi over the past few months. I did mention the work I was doing was somewhat related to PiTiVi and that hopefully I’d be able to talk about it openly. That day has now arrived. GStreamer editing services The “GStreamer […]

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PiTiVi 0.13.3 “… we shall never (sur)render”

Hi all, The PiTiVi team is proud to announce a new release of the PiTiVi open-source video editor. Features: Fix rendering failures UI beautifications Switch to themeable ruler Speed optimisations Show the project name in the window title More details can be found in the release notes. As usual, packages are available for debian/unstable as […]

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PiTiVi 0.11.2 “Milanesa de Lomo”

The PiTiVi team is proud to announce the third release in the unstable 0.11 PiTiVi series. This release series is not intended to be production-ready, but instead to allow users to try more often new features that will be available in the next stable series. The developers will not be held accountable for any work […]

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