Novacut's Jason DeRose spent some of his time at last weeks Ubuntu Developer Summit interviewing various Ubuntu developers. Amongst them was Bilal...
Novacut, the open source project aiming be the world's first collaborative video editor has reached its last week on crowd funding site Kickstarter - but they're still a long way off their goal of $25,000 in funding. As OMG! Ubuntu! editor Akshat Jain wrote earlier this month, "OS X and Windows users always had no shortage of pro video editors but Linux never had such privilege. Novacut project aims to bring a pro video editor to Linux that is 100% free and open source right down to every single detail."
Novacut have shown off two new UI prototypes for their real-time collaborative video editor.
Open-source professional video editor Novacut launched its kickstarter campaign last week. Independent filmmakers Arin Crumley and Christie Strong have posted a short video talking about it.
OS X and Windows users always had no shortage of pro video editors but Linux never had such privilege. Novacut project aims to bring a pro video editor to Linux that is 100% free and open source right down to every single detail.
My laptop arrived, now it's time to thank all the people who helped me get it.
The 0.2 version of dmedia (codnamed 'Feature Frenzy'), the storage component of Novacut Video Editor, has been released right according to the schedule. Geeky bits follow with a sneak peek of the first iteration of the UI.
In this guest post, Jason DeRose of Novacut team explains about the design focus for their upcoming video editor.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Jason Gerard DeRose, the lead developer of Novacut, and asked him whether he was disappointed with the failure to meet the crowd-sourced funding target and what this means for the future of the video editor project that has gotten everyone talking.