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Lightworks Available for Linux as Public Beta

Hollywood studios use GNU/Linux for making block-busters, but there is no professional grade film editing solution for the GNU/Linux desktop. Lightworks may be the first such solution. Editshare, the company behind Lightworks, has announced the first public beta of Linuxworks. Earlier an alpha was released to a limited audience.

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Lightworks Linux Beta Is Finally Public

After years of waiting, there is finally a publicly available beta of the Lightworks high-end non-linear video editing software...

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Areas Where LLVM's Clang Still Needs Help

While LLVM's Clang C/C++ compiler already has feature complete C++11 support and the developers have already been working on C++14 features, there are some open projects where the GCC alternative is in need of some assistance...

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FOSS Fact or Fiction? A Tale of Two Surveys

It's a well-known fact that statistics can be manipulated to suit virtually every occasion and purpose, but every once in a while an example comes along that illustrates that rule with breathtaking clarity. Case in point? Two recent surveys on the topic of FOSS that came out in the very...

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Image Annotation in GIMP, Dia, and OpenOffice Draw

The GIMP is a wonderful image editor, but it might be overkill if all you want to do is annotate an image. If you want to highlight a part of an image, so that for example the audience for your presentation can focus on a particular aspect, you'll probably find it easier and more intuitive to do that in a program such as Dia or OpenOffice Draw. Let's see how to annotate an image in all three programs. 

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