[sf-lug] stop-action video animation editing on GNU-Linux at the Creative Arts Charter School!

Christian Einfeldt einfeldt at gmail.com
Mon Mar 8 11:11:28 PST 2010


On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 10:39 AM, Michael Shiloh <michaelshiloh1010 at gmail.com
> wrote:

> An additional class I'd like to see, and one which I think would greatly
> interest the younger students, is the ability to sample and crop sounds,
> both recorded and live, and then to do simple mixing, overlaying,
> sequencing, etc.
> I know there are a host of extremely powerful applications to do this, but
> what I'm looking for is something that is very simple and has perhaps only
> the basic features for beginners. Any suggestions?

Audacity is a multi-platform (Microsoft Windows, Mac, Linux) tool that does
exactly what you are looking for.  It is both robust and easy to use.

For video editing, I recommend KDEnlive.  AFAIK that is only available on
Linux and BSD.  According to this page, only the *nix OSes are supported:

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