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Re: [vox] [fwd] Linux Movies Meeting Nov 7 Berkeley 7pm



I hate it when an email claims to be iso-8859-1, but is really encoded
using Windows codepage 1252...

-Micah

On Mon, Nov 04, 2002 at 09:44:23AM -0800, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> -bill!
> 
> ----- Forwarded message from Robin Rowe <rower@MovieEditor.com> -----
> 
> Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2002 01:22:05 -0800
> From: "Robin Rowe" <rower@MovieEditor.com>
> Subject: [svlug] Linux Movies Meeting Nov 7 Berkeley 7pm
> To: <svlug@lists.svlug.org>
> 
> LINUX MOVIES GROUP MEETING
> 
> NOTE NEW DATE AND SPECIAL LOCATION! First Thursday. The LMG moves to the
> first Thursday of the month starting this month.
> 
> Thursday, November 7, 2002 (first Thursday)
> 7-9pm (Arriving at 8pm is ok for those working late.)
> Free
> 
> In a special presentation for the Linux Movies Group meeting for November,
> Drew Perttula will demonstrate his new open source video editing suite based
> on non-monolithic, flexible tools and transparent data formats. This
> presentation is at a special secret location in Berkeley, not far from the
> main BART station at Shattuck and University.  To RSVP and receive
> directions contact Drew Perttula <drewp@bigasterisk.com>.
> 
> Frustrated by available Linux DV video editing tools, Drew began work on his
> editor in September 2002. By late October he was transcribing and logging
> captured DV footage into XML format. Soon after that, the timeline-style
> editor was running, and he was dragging thumbnails from footage index pages
> displayed in Mozilla right into the timeline. The editor has the beginnings
> of an effects plug-in system that currently handles the mixing of audio
> tracks. “I won't stand for any segfaults or other data-losing behavior”,
> says Drew. “And most of all, I need it ready by yesterday for an industrial
> video I've been hired to do”. At Thursday's meeting, Drew will be demo-ing
> the editor itself and discussing the tools used, the components built, and
> where he plans to go with it next.
> 
> For further information on Drew’s DV editor see
> http://bigasterisk.com/editor for screenshots, samples of the XML formats,
> use cases, and other notes made during development.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Robin
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
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> http://filmgimp.sourceforge.net
> www.OpenSourceProgrammers.org
> 
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