Professional editing freeware? Of rudi - 22 Jul 2005 11:16:00 Recently, another freeware project has set the target of professional DV editing as an open source program called positron published. Strictly speaking, this is a fork of the Blender project. Blender is a 3D animation software, and is already able to edit video sequences. The integrated functions are similar but far more of a compositing, for an editing program and are not easy to operate. The new project therefore seeks to provide all the functions in a typical sectional area available to expand and the whole to-date codecs, so that can be edited synonymous (H) DV-AVI. Ultimately, the Project is to compete with Final Cut Pro and Avid. The announcement certainly sounds very promising, just released version 1.0 but it should probably be called 0.1 or more, because much is still not functioning. S.Rande Tip: If you want to try it even on Windows, it should unpack first the version 1.00 and then the functioning drüberspielen files from the (defective) 1.00a archive.
Antwort von GhostDog:
umm, how to actually pull the videos from the image browser into the timeline?