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Incorporate kdenlive into the Fedora mainstream, thereby getting it better integrated into Fedora so
 
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.
 
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.
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== Documentation ==
 
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== Release Notes ==
 
== Release Notes ==

Revision as of 09:25, 28 May 2009

Contents

Incorporate kdenlive into Fedora

Summary

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.

Owner

  • Name: Need one

Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 12
  • Last updated: 2009/05/28
  • Percentage of completion: 00%

Detailed Description

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.

Scope

Unknown.

Test Plan

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?

User Experience

Users will have a more intuitive video editor with more, and better supported, functionality.

Dependencies

  • MLT
  • MLT++
  • Numerous video codecs and libraries

Contingency Plan

  • stick with kino

Documentation

Release Notes

TBD