[PlanetCCRMA] Re: cinelerra,etc.

Matt Barber brbrofsvl@gmail.com
Fri Aug 24 14:23:01 2007

However, be careful if you try to mix livna with freshrpms, especially
for the video stuff.


> > this is probably redundant, but --- i would like to get some
> > video/audio
> > recorder/editor running under planetccrma. I have the kernel and some
> > apps downloaded. any help will be greatly appreciated.
> Hi,
> I'm currently running on FC7 x86_64 and did not find the Cinelerra from
> Fedora repository (?). How ever I have configured FreshRPMs repository
> http://freshrpms.net/ that contains a version that I think is the
> Cinelerra CVS. FreshRPMs should be fully compatible with Fedora and
> CCRMA. At least I haven't had any problems with it (as long as I avoid
> using Livna)
> The FreshRPMs version seems to work at least for me. Although it seems
> that I have to use the DV-camera as a monitor again (the frame rate in
> composer window is under 20fps).
> In the past I've used (with FC5) Cinelerra a bit. I have to say that
> back then it was quite unstable and I had to use Kino for capturing and
> exporting. However I was able to create a small 5 minutes DVD with it
> (editing, some effects and separate audio tracks). I also tried a self
> compiled version and managed to get near PAL frame rate (25) in composer
> window with some configuration.
> If you are looking for a video editor with Cinelerra editing
> capabilities I don't know if there's any alternative (please let me know
> if there is!-) However if you need really simple editor with great
> capture / export capabilities I would suggest you use Kino (it's in the
> Fedora repo)
> BR:
>   Aapo Romu