Debian Multimedia :: OpenShot Video Editor And Gtk-style

Apr 13, 2011

Found a weird issue with Openshot video editor ( Gnome, squeeze amd64 ) version 1.1.3-1 ( stable ) but it also applies after upgrading to version 1.3.0-1.1 ( from sid ).

After starting Openshot there are icons ( and tabs ) missing on the toolbar :

After hovering my mouse-pointer :

After ( in menu ) : View > uncheck Toolbar and again View > check Toolbar :

Choosing another gtk-style in gnome-appearance-properties : Theme > Customize... > Controls seems to solve it. I've checked different Controls, some have the same problem and others don't.....

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Openshot Video Editor

Dec 22, 2009

Any repositories with the openshot video editor. -installing it from source?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: OpenShot - Looking For Good Video Editor?

Oct 8, 2009

Is anyone using the video editor Openshot?
OpenShot Video Editor

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Mar 12, 2011

The one in upstream has problems, but reading the bug reports provided the answer. I disabled the building of the python2.5 modules, and added python-httplibs2 as a Depends, and it magically started to work. Deb file and source: [URL] This is a temporary location, I'm sure upstream will have a fixed version soon.

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OpenSUSE :: 11.4 - OpenShot Video Editor Crashes

Aug 23, 2011

I was sticking to openSUSE 11.2 for as long as I could because I had good functionality and such. I always used OpenShot video editor without hardly any problems. Eventually, being as I am using a new 64-bit system now, I HAD to upgrade the OS to 11.4 to get decent full-screen flash playback. I'm not new or really bad at video editing.

But I do like simple things because I already have enough stress outside of computers in my life. So using OpenShot was very nice because it is simple, basic, and functional; and gets the job done just fine. I just now went to openSUSE 11.4 and OpenShot crashes on load everytime, even after reboot. I would say I know more about computers than 90% of [morons] but there is no way I will ever figure this out.

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Ubuntu :: Blender Error On Openshot Video Editor

Nov 24, 2010

I wanted to create a really cool intro on openshot, but when i clicked: new animated title, i clicked glare and it showed me this exact message:

Blender, the free open source 3D content creation suite is required for this action [url].

Please check the preferences in OpenShot and be sure the Blender executable is correct. This setting should be the path of the 'blender' executable on your computer. Also, please be sure that it is pointing to Blender version 2.5 or greater.

Blender Path:

Version Detected:

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Software :: Cannot Export Video In Openshot Editor - Formats / Codec Missing

Dec 18, 2010

I am trying to export a video in openshot video editor and I get this on export error:
The following formats/codecs are missing from your system:
You will not be able to use the selected export profile. You will need to install the missing formats/codecs or choose a different export profile. I installed the codecs already.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: OpenShot Editor Does Not Support OGV Files

Aug 9, 2010

I've been using gtk record my desktop, which does a very good job and records nicely as a .ogv. The problem is, the Openshot editor doesn't appear to support .ogv files, which means I have to find some way of converting the .ovg to something Openshot can use. Having used both Pitivi and Arista to re-encode the file, I find the picture quality suffers some substantial loss by becoming noisy.

So, can anyone suggest:
1. A way to get Openshot to recognise .ogv files natively? or,
2. Suggest another screencast program that records to a high quality file that Openshot understands? or,
3. Suggest a video editing program that can open and work with .ogv files, allowing the addition of music and titles (text), and then save to a high quality file like mp4?

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Debian Multimedia :: Notification In Bar Style Instead Of Box Style?

Nov 14, 2015

which kind of package enables the notification bar ("(A) Connection Established I'm running Code: Select allLinux 3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u5 (2015-10-09) x86_64 GNU/Linux on two machines with i3 window manager but one have notifications in a box, the other one in a bar on the top of the screen. I would like two enable the "bar style" on the second machine as well.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Losing Audio Sync When Editing Video In Openshot

Aug 31, 2010

my goal is to record video using a canon powershot camera, edit the avi file on my ubuntu 10.04 computer, then upload the rendered file to videos.

problem is that when i cut the video, the audio is no longer in sync with the video, it's off by about 1-2 seconds. this happens with both openshot and pitivi, so i suspect that it's caused by a bug with the codec. (files are avi with mjpeg codec). after searching launchpad, this is apparently a "known issue". that's great but for now i need a workaround.

i do have an old g4 powerbook with imovie hd v6 on it that i can use, but i'd prefer not to because:

1. the powerpc mac is much slower than my new dual core laptop
2. imovie compresses my videos too much so the rendered file is lower quality
3. i simply prefer openshot to imovie

i was thinking of preprocessing my avi files by converting them to another format with a non-buggy codec on linux. i downloaded ffmpeg, but not sure how to use it and what format to use. would mpeg2 be a safe one to use?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Card Crashing When Using Video Editor?

Jun 12, 2010

My system: Pentium 4 3.6 GHz, 3 Gb DDR ram, GeForce 210 video card, Ubuntu 10.04.

I have previously used Cinelerra-cv (on Karmic) and recently Openshot (on Lucid) with not much trouble. I have been sampling other video editors (Kdenlive, avidemux, kino etc). Now I have my video card crashing whichever I use, mainly when trying to load clips. I have disabled Compiz, uninstalled all video editors and then reinstalled one at a time. I still get early video crashes whichever I try.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: No Video Editor For Karmic ?

Feb 20, 2010

Installed pitivi. It takes 20 minutes to put a 3-minute clip on the timeline and the sound is totally messed up. Installed lives, it loads the clip but insists there is no audio plus the black on dark gray menus are almost unreadable. Installed kdenlive, it loads the clip but playback produces a short squawk then crash, and I gather I'd have to risk destroying my sound by uninstalling pulseaudio. Someone suggested OpenShot.

Followed the instructions there:

Installed Open Movie Editor, it won't even read the clip. Now, Movie Player handles that clip (a VOB file from a DVD I had made from a miniDVB tape) perfectly as long as I don't touch the time slidebar, so I would imagine if there were a usable video editor out there something would work.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Editor For Special Effects?

Jun 3, 2010

I have played around a bit with the Open Shot Video Editor and just download Kdenlive. I am trying to teach myself how to create and edit videos by inserting music, transitions, etc. However, I want to add special effects such as fireworks, explosions, get text to light up, blur, etc, and add sparkle type effects. I know Open Shot won't do this and it does not look likve Kdenlive will either. Trying to find something that will jazz my videos and almost give them a semi professional quality to them. Is there any other Open Source video editor type program that can do special effects like what I am looking for?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Good Substitute Video Editor?

Jun 26, 2010

I have been trying to get Cinelerra, but keep getting errors like bash and stuff like that. Is there a good substitute video editor that is on par with Cinelerra? I had it before and like it, and would like something that is as straight forward to use as that.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: LiVES Video Editor Effect Missing?

Mar 16, 2010

I've got some video clips that were shot with an incorrect white balance, which I'd like to correct. Having read that LiVES has color FX, I thought I'd give it a try.

The documentation for LiVES [URL] shows a "colour correction" effect that I don't see anywhere on my copy of LiVES 1.1.5. My digging so far hasn't found a plug-in that does color correction.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Decent Video Editor - Really Allows Slow-motion

Dec 7, 2010

My friends and I are into freerunning/parkour (look it up if you don't know it : D) and we like to make videos sometimes. Slow motion is a MUST.

The problem is, I haven't been able to find any good video editors for linux. I've just been using windows movie maker when it comes to editing, but I haven't been able to find anything on linux that really allows slowmo.

I tried Openshot video editor and LiVES video editor, but they've both been no luck. Open shot allows you to play a clip at half speed. This is fine, except it doesn't adjust the timeline accordingly, so clips get cut off when they're only part of the way through, and I can't seem to adjust the timeline to get it to work. And as far as LiVES, I haven't been able to find the "effects" button, or anything that allows you to do stuff to clips.

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Debian Multimedia :: Change Style Of Window But Not 'look'

Jul 26, 2010

I would like to change the style of window but not "look".do I need install : GTK + ??

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Editor Software Compatible With Windows Vista

May 8, 2010

I have just installed Ubuntu, and I need a video editor that is compatible with Windows Vista as well.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Editor - Edit - Cut And Paste AVI And MPEG4 Files

Oct 24, 2010

I've been looking for a good, easy to install, video editor. All searches thus far have lead into blind install alleys. All I want to do at this point is edit, cut, and paste AVI and MPEG4 files.

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Debian Multimedia :: Gnome3 Inside Windows Elements Style

May 20, 2015

I am using Debian 8 with gnome, about month ago the style of the windows of third party apps has been change



as you can see the style of the buttons, tabs, etc has changed. I dont know how to fix this or how this elements are called. This style is look very old and I want to change to the default..

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Debian Multimedia :: Finding A RSS Program That Can Run On The Desktop Command Line Style

Jun 8, 2010

I am looking for a good RSS program that can run on the desktop command line style.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Editor - That Will Allow To Add A "title Bar"

Jan 25, 2011

I need a simple to use video editor that will allow me to add a "title bar" the the bottom of a video, preferably an image. It would also be great if I could put a logo in the corner. If Ubuntu doesn't have anything that can do this atm I am open to Windows.

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Debian Multimedia :: Gconf-editor On Modifying The URL?

Jan 19, 2011

I use Debian Lenny and iceweasel as my browser on a gnome core desktop. I also use JFOREX (java application) for my trading platform. It works fine. The problem is when I click on portfolio statement in creates an error which states: "Error in launching web browser". I googled the error on the web and read some sites and it says that I should install gconf-editor and modify the URL handlers in order to point to iceweasel.

The problem is I am practically a noob when it comes to gnome and sadly I am not technical enough to understand the values that needs to be changed using gconf-editor.

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Debian Multimedia :: Text Editor For XFCE

Apr 2, 2011

I've Squeeze with a minimal XFCE 4 installed and looking for a simple text editor running under XFCE.

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Debian Multimedia :: Missing String In Dconf-editor

May 26, 2015

The dconf-editor is missing 'percentage-action', 'percentage-low', 'percentage-critical' strings that's responsible for notifying the user of the battery levels. How can I add them?

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Debian Multimedia :: Changing Default Text Editor In Xfce

May 28, 2015

I would like to set the default text editor in Xfce to gedit. The only solution that I found on Google was to right click on a given text file, select 'open with other application', sleect gedit, and make sure that the "use as default kind" button is checked. Unfortunately this only works for text files with the same extension as the original file. Is there a way of setting every text file to open with gedit by default that doesn't involve repeating this exercise for every possible text file extension (.c, .py, .h, .hs, etc.)?

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General :: Write A Script To Convert All DOS Style Backslashes To UNIX Style Slashes?

May 20, 2011

How do I write a script to convert all DOS style backslashes to UNIX style slashes in a list of files /

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Openshot Does Not Start

May 7, 2010

I'm trying to use Openshot video editor but it doesn't start, I have tried to uninstall all other video editor (kdenlive, cinelerra) cancel and re-install libraries (mlt, melt, ffmpeg...)

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Debian Multimedia :: Integrated Intel Video And High-def Video W/vaapi?

Jul 6, 2011

I have an integrated intel video and latest xserver-xorg-video-intel driver(using only stable repo). Now I wanna watch high-res video. From the bits of info collected from all over internet I understood that I need to:

1.aptitude install libdrm libva.

2.compile or find the .deb mplayer-vaapi and install it.

3.add -vo vaapi -va vaapi to the mplayer command line in gnome-mplayer.

My question : is that correct or did I miss something? Do I have to compile latest libdrm and libva or the ones from the squeeze repo will be good? Do I need kms enabled, i.e. install firmware-linux-nonfree?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Openshot Not Able To Drag To Timeline

May 7, 2010

I installed openshot, looks like it will have everything I need, but I can't get my clips on the timeline track. I can import my files no problem, they all show up in the preview pane, but when I drag them to the timeline track the don't add. I am running ubuntu 9.10, I installed openshot following the instructions on the openshot webpage.

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