封存 2008年5月


10 五月

In my opinion, the #1 most important aspect of any software is it's interface (aside from doing something useful, of course). How easy is it to use? How intuitive and streamlined is it? Case in point, their are many video editors for Linux... so why is nobody happy? Many of them can combine video ...


9 五月

I wanted to share this example I found on another blog. It's my first working Python code using the gstreamer framework. It loads an mpeg movie file and an MP3 into the pipeline at the same time, in effect compositing them together.

I will spending the next many days fine tuning my Python skills ...


9 五月

Now that I've chosen a language for this project (Python), I have been investigating many different Python IDEs (Integrated Development Environment). I had no idea how many different IDEs existed, and I have downloaded every one (that I could find) and tried them out. The only 2 which I liked were Eric Python IDE ...


9 五月

After much turmoil, I have decided that multimedia support for my language has to be the #1 priority for this project to succeed. It doesn't matter how efficient the language is if it can't encode / decode certain video files.

I have also decided which multimedia framework I am going to use. Again, after ...


8 五月

One of my co-workers was inquiring about why am I taking on such a large project? Was I going to get paid? If successful, would I become rich? So, I thought I would share my underlying motivations with everyone.

My motivations are simple: I want to create a powerful, stable, and artistically kick-ass video editor ...


7 五月

My research has opened my eyes to many important points to making this project a success. The most important point is that I need to use an underlying multimedia framework. This framework is responsible for encoding / decoding video & audio, importing & export various formats of media files, and generally doing all the hard work ...


5 五月

I have been programming for over 10 years professionally, and even longer if you count the years of hacking before that. However, all my experience comes from the Microsoft / Windows world of languages. I regularly use C# for most of my *real* programming jobs. However, I have dabbled in C, C++, Pascal, Basic, Perl, and ...


1 五月

I started my journey over 6 months ago to the world of Linux (Ubuntu 7 to be specific). It was a beautiful place. It had photos, music, eye candy, and lots of free, open-source software to enjoy. Life was good. It wasn't too long before I noticed that something was very, very wrong. You ...


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