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This just in: a high-end editing solution (which I've never tried due to it being... high end) is going to be open sourced soon:
Sounds very powerful. Here's the product page and a promising screenshot of the UI:
Note that I have read it used to be a hardware-based solution, which often means a proprietary, clunky UI and/or workflow, or at the least some odd holdovers from the days of being on a more purpose-built hardware platform. So be prepared for that. Still, a promising option, and perhaps the first real professional-level choice that the open source market has had...

- Oshyan
-JavaJones (April 14, 2010, 06:02 PM)
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ooohh... Thanks Oshyan. And a free version is going to be available. I'm going to sign up to be notified when the free Lightworks application is going to be downloadable.

I remembered DC's philosophy of openness... even with those with lower brainwave frequencies...  :P ;)
-Armando (April 14, 2010, 05:10 PM)
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Good one. Zing!

Bravo!!! :lol:

-40hz (April 14, 2010, 06:42 PM)
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N'est-ce pas...  :eusa_dance:

I've downloaded a few trials but haven't actually gotten around to installing them and doing some editing as I haven't actually figured out what I want to make yet. But it's nice seeing so many alternatives to the really expensive professional software suites. I didn't know vegas had a amateur edition, thanks for the heads up 40hz

This one goes open source

That's the one I just linked to. ;)

- Oshyan

Well... it's a good enough link that it's worth repeating.  8)


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