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The official release demo for PiTiVi 0.15, providing an overview of changes since the 0.13.1 screencast. YouTube version below, original WebM version here.
A screencast demonstrating the features of the 0.13.1 release. Beware, this screencast is old and outdated. OGG Theora version here.
Shot in Switzerland with a GoPro HD HERO and edited with PiTiVi 0.15, this majestic video features impressive takes from adventurous and barren lands. Slideshows were made with Imagination.
Edited with PiTiVi 0.15, this video not only provides you with an insider look at how PiTiVi developers work together, but uses effects to correct the color balance in some shots, crossfades, transparent images, clip transformation and compositing, etc. Shot with a Canon S95.
Libre Graphics Magazine is doing an outstanding job at showcasing free works made with free tools: it is living proof of the industry-grade printing capabilities of Free Software.
Edited with PiTiVi 0.14, this video uses effects to correct the color balance in some shots. Shot with a Canon S95.
Shot with a Canon SD780IS point and shoot.
In these days of razor-sharp high definition images, Patrick Trettenbrein's footage, shot in 2009 with a Porst Reflex ZR 148 (a Super 8 camcorder from the 70's), is a refreshing video.
Shooting with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR, Ian Norman was pleased to discover that PiTiVi handled his footage fine:
An artsy movie edited with PiTiVi 0.13.1 as a test case, shot with a 100$ high definition camcorder.
What are the GStreamer Editing Services and why should you use them? In this presentation given at the GStreamer conference in San Diego, Jean-François and Thibault provide you with an in-depth look at GES, how it works and what challenges it tries to solve. The talk recording is available here. A copy of the recording is also available on our own mirror here.
Jean-François presented at the GNOME Asia summit (Hong Kong) and at GUADEC (A Coruña). While the GUADEC organizers did record the talks, nothing beats our own recording:
A high-definition version is also available here.
This talk was given at Libre Graphics Meeting 2011 in Montréal, Canada. The presentation covers the challenges of open source video editing, the current state of open source video editors in Linux, what has happened since Jean-François first presented Pitivi at LGM in 2009, why Pitivi shall prevail, near Future plans for Pitivi, etc.
The video was shot with multiple cameras (a Canon S95, a Sony HDR-XR520V and a Sony HDR-XR200) and multiple sound recording sources, and was edited entirely with PiTiVi. This edit is unique and different from the official LGM talk recording, as it provides multiple camera angles with transitions, a high quality screencast of the presentation slides, and a more dynamic editing style.
In this talk, Edward presents the GStreamer Editing Services (GES) library, which adds support for high quality and low overhead video editing in an easy manner with GStreamer.
The original version (in FLV format) of the video recording is available here.
This talk by Jean-François was focused on the history of PiTiVi from 2005 to 2009 and its design goals for the future. It is complementary to the LGM 2011 talk. The video recording is available here, slides are available here.