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The Beat Goes On: Open Source Multimedia Tools Part 2

Last week, I started to share information on FOSS multimedia tools, covering some integrated multimedia distributions and some audio tools. This week, in part two, I will cover video editing, scanning, converting from one format to another, and publishing your creative arts.

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Report: Latest KDE Release Marks a New Beginning

Sooner or later, the moment had to come when the...

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VLC Media Player Out In Much-Improved New Version

The good news today on the application front is that the VideoLAN Project has released version 1.1 of the open source VLC Media Player....

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Google Setting Up Music Store Later This Year, Looking for Search and Android Synergy

Remember that chart that pointed out the differences between Google, Apple and Microsoft? Well, it's looking increasingly like Google is intent on filling any and all gaps in its portfolio...

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Cloudera Plugs Oracle into Google's Bastard Grid Child

Cloudera — the commercial Hadoop outfit...

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What's Adobe's 64-bit Flash Plan?

Adobe Systems pulled the plug on its only 64-bit version...

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