The new GStreamer SDK is out, with Android support

Time flies! It’s been only a few months since the first release, and yet my pals at Collabora and Fluendo have just announced the availability of another major release of the GStreamer Software Development Kit.

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Persistent tab states, render UX polish and other things

With some help from luisbg, I finally reworked and merged a 2-years-old patch of mine. It turned out to be less trivial than expected, because we had to change the settings backend to allow loading/reading configuration files at runtime for our dynamically-generated tab components. So, what the heck does this mean to you? Automatically saving and restoring the state of our dynamic detachable tabs/components. This is a nice improvement for those of you who want to spread the PiTiVi UI across multiple displays:

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Getting Things GNOME 0.3: retour vers le futur

J’aimerais tout simplement saluer le travail de l’équipe de développement derrière GTG, mon logiciel favori (si si, logiciel favori, point final ! Il est essentiel à ma survie).

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Lightworks is not anywhere close to open-source

I’ve seen everybody hail Lightworks as the messiah that will make all other open source video editors irrelevant. So far, I didn’t blog about this (because frankly, life’s too short to be pessimistic, and I was also quite curious as to how it would play out and wanted to give EditShare the benefit of the doubt—after all, I’m a fan of video editing software in general).

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How do you visualize grouping?

Here’s a tricky usability question: how would you represent the actions of grouping and ungrouping clips on a timeline? (Un)grouping is used for changing the way selections affect a set of clips. It allows you, among other things, to separate and remove the audio from the video of a clip.

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