Incorporate kdenlive into Fedora
Add more support for video editing to Fedora. Kino already exists and is a simple video editor, but kdenlive is a more sophisticated non-linear video editor that would give an improved user experience.
- Name: Need one
- Targeted release: Fedora 12
- Last updated: 2009/05/28
- Percentage of completion: 00%
Incorporate kdenlive into the Fedora mainstream, thereby getting it better integrated into Fedora so that it uses the same versions of libraries, and the same installation methods. See [http://www.kdenlive.org/user-manual/downloading-and-installing-kdenlive/pre-compiled-packages/fedora-packages] for the current packaging status.
Benefit to Fedora
Fedora currently has kino, which is a nice simple video editor. Kdenlive would provide an improvement to kino in both usability and sophistication.
Create a set of packages for Fedora that do not depend upon any incompatible libraries or non-free code. Test and integrate with F12. Release in F12?
Users will have a more intuitive video editor with more, and better supported, functionality.
- Numerous video codecs and libraries
- stick with kino
- stick with Fedora 11 which has kdelive
- [http://www.kdenlive.org/] at present