Ubuntu User #16 - Video Pro

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Issue #16 (Spring 2013): Video Pro: Create and Edit Video on Ubuntu

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We test out several video editing tools for Ubuntu and take a closer look at OpenShot and Flowblade. Now that Steam is available for Linux, we show you how to get started with Valve's awesome gaming platform and community.

Ubuntu User #16 - Video Pro

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Table of Contents

  • Letter from the Editor: This issue we focus on video editing and Ubuntu gaming.
  • Table of Contents
  • Who We All Are: Jono Bacon shares his enthusiasm for the Ubuntu phone.
  • News
  • OMG! Ubuntu! Interview: Our editor interviews Joey-Elijah Sneddon, editor of OMG! Ubuntu!.
  • Ubucon 2012: We report from Ubucon 2012 in Berlin, Germany.

Features

  • Ubuntu Autopilot: Learn about automated functional testing with Autopilot.
  • Flowblade: Find out how to splice and edit videos with Flowblade.
  • OpenShot: Make videos from clips, photos, and audio files with the OpenShot editing tool on Ubuntu.
  • Video Editing Tool Roundup: We test and compare several current video editors for Ubuntu.
  • QML Toolkit: Are you ready to develop Ubuntu phone apps? Start with this toolkit.

Know-How

  • Answerbuntu: Practical answers to your pressing Ubuntu questions.
  • iftop: Banish bottlenecks with iftop, a network traffic monitoring tool.
  • Vault 3 and OutWiker: Try these two tools for outlining ideas, images, notes, and more.
  • Python Workshop – Part 2: In this second installment, we look at “object orientation.”
  • ZFS: Install Ubuntu on encrypted disks with ZFS.
  • Steam for Linux: As promised, Steam for Linux rolled out. We get you started with this cool entertainment platform.
  • CrunchBang: Are you ready to branch out of the *buntus? Try CrunchBang.

Desktop

  • Splashtop: See how to stream from Ubuntu to your tablet or smartphone.
  • Jitsi: Encrypt conversations with the Jitsi encryption tool.
  • Stellarium: Search the stars and astronomical data with Stellarium.
  • Sigil: Do you want to write an e-book?Sigil simiplifies the process.
  • Goodfolks: On the heels of the popular Family Farm game comes Goodfolks. (No animals were hurt in this article.)

Discovery Guide

  • Installing Ubuntu 12.10
  • Network and Updates
  • Package Management
  • Multimedia
  • Tips and Tricks

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