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Hello
This is a video essay I've done about the graphic novel Asterios Polyp.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_q0gs_Tq4Y
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5SHCrbURRk&t=163s

Part 1 is pretty simple, basically a slideshow, since I was just getting to learn video editing while part 2 makes use of some effects and transitions.
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Hola! En FM De la Azotea, radio comunitaria de Mar del Plata Argentina, usamos software libre.

- Timelapse y algunos efectos más https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzmEWhhREfk

- Nuestro canal con otras realizaciones audiovisuales https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOCY6u ... P3teXhuGMQ
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We make videos with Kdenlive for our TROM project (which is trade free: we ask nothing in return for whatever we create - perhaps the "purest" form of "free"). We create trade-free videos (documentaries) and books since 2011. These are the videos made with Kdenlive https://www.tromsite.com/books/video/ and our main project trailer here https://www.tromsite.com/. I also create personal videos with Kdenlive for the past 3-4 years https://www.tiotrom.com/short-inspirational/ (check other galleries on my VIDEOS too). I love Kdenlive as we use only Open Source software to create our stuff: from books and videos, to the website.

At times I have to make 1h+ documentaries with Kdenlive, having 20+ layers, and it handles well. Rarely it crashes and this is very disappointing, but that is rare and because I love Open Source and especially Kdenlive I am never **** off enough to let it go. I just cannot find a better alternative for Linux, so thank you so much. I've been working with Sony Vegas in Windows for many years and I created a 14h documentary (TROM Documentary) in 2011 with it. Then I moved to Linux and continued video editing with Kdenlive.

As a side note: Kdenlvie flatpak is not working in Ubuntu 18.04 https://askubuntu.com/questions/1047149 ... ot-working and I find no help for that. Will try posting to Kdenlvie forums.

cheers!
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I made this for a magazine (Raspberry Pi Geek) I was editing at the time (turn your volume down -- music is loud):

https://peertube.nsa.ovh/videos/watch/7 ... 096d437e99

Apart from the wide range of transitions and cuts Kdenlive is so good at, I used some scripts I had written for some animated titles, Synfig for an animation, and Ardour to chop up the music.

This one

https://peertube.mastodon.host/videos/w ... d95f166598

was me proving to Javier Atencia, who has a radio program about technology, that a modular DIY phone I bought actually worked. Several effects, including sped up video, split screen in there. Watch until the end to see me bugging Javier by phoning him up using the phone and him getting a bit annoyed because it wasn't the first try.
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Yo
those are the first music videos of my channel I used kdelive and Ardour. 100% open-source DIY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxCk5j0ukZU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58VDy18zZkE
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tiotrom wrote:We make videos with Kdenlive for our TROM project (which is trade free: we ask nothing in return for whatever we create - perhaps the "purest" form of "free"). We create trade-free videos (documentaries) and books since 2011. These are the videos made with Kdenlive https://www.tromsite.com/books/video/ and our main project trailer here https://www.tromsite.com/. I also create personal videos with Kdenlive for the past 3-4 years https://www.tiotrom.com/short-inspirational/ (check other galleries on my VIDEOS too). I love Kdenlive as we use only Open Source software to create our stuff: from books and videos, to the website.

At times I have to make 1h+ documentaries with Kdenlive, having 20+ layers, and it handles well. Rarely it crashes and this is very disappointing, but that is rare and because I love Open Source and especially Kdenlive I am never **** off enough to let it go. I just cannot find a better alternative for Linux, so thank you so much. I've been working with Sony Vegas in Windows for many years and I created a 14h documentary (TROM Documentary) in 2011 with it. Then I moved to Linux and continued video editing with Kdenlive.


These are really good! What license are they under?
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Bro wrote:
tiotrom wrote:We make videos with Kdenlive for our TROM project (which is trade free: we ask nothing in return for whatever we create - perhaps the "purest" form of "free"). We create trade-free videos (documentaries) and books since 2011. These are the videos made with Kdenlive https://www.tromsite.com/books/video/ and our main project trailer here https://www.tromsite.com/. I also create personal videos with Kdenlive for the past 3-4 years https://www.tiotrom.com/short-inspirational/ (check other galleries on my VIDEOS too). I love Kdenlive as we use only Open Source software to create our stuff: from books and videos, to the website.

At times I have to make 1h+ documentaries with Kdenlive, having 20+ layers, and it handles well. Rarely it crashes and this is very disappointing, but that is rare and because I love Open Source and especially Kdenlive I am never **** off enough to let it go. I just cannot find a better alternative for Linux, so thank you so much. I've been working with Sony Vegas in Windows for many years and I created a 14h documentary (TROM Documentary) in 2011 with it. Then I moved to Linux and continued video editing with Kdenlive.


These are really good! What license are they under?


Thank you! You can call it "creative commons" but we are going to invent our own license and call it "trade free" (TF) - we will explain in detail what that means but basically anyone is free to access our materials without them giving us anything in return (thus, trade free) - no money, no currency or cryptocurrency, no data, no attention (like we don't display ads), and we don't care about location, religion, or anything else. That's what we are going to develop, a "trade free" license. Also, anyone is free to download our materials, edit, re-upload anywhere, etc. - under the same TF license. Needless to say all of that is "open source", else you cannot check if they are "trade free" of not (like if we collect data for instance). May sound weird but this is something we are cooking for the past 8+ years. :) - And I am in love with Open Source Software. Even the books we make are done in LibreOffice Draw and available as TF Draw projects, PDF, and plain text for anyone to download, edit, view. Anyways, sorry for the long reply. The short answer for your question would be: you can say that our materials are under "creative commons license" even though we never felt the need to specify this.
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I use Kdenlive for all animations (and cutting too) on the portal Metrobus. The videos are in czech, but you can just show the graphics – it's really done using only Inkscape and Kdenlive.

https://metrobus.cz/video/komentar-novy ... eleslavine
(check out the intro)

https://metrobus.cz/video/expres-kveten-2018
(check out the title bar after intro)
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Here's a playlist of videos from a project I'm currently working on! All videos from this project are edited and exported to it's final form using Kdenlive. :)
I use more free/open source software for this project, like Blender, Krita and GIMP. And it's actually an experiment on how far I can go using only free/open source software in creating my film/video productions. :)

LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXklsqLXAxM&list=PL6knnwMF9fRd4HMVp8I1n-v9oxFMOSpXW
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All of the videos from the foss-north conferences, as well as local meetups such as foss-gbg and gbgcpp are made with kdenlive.

foss-north 2017: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8Xzb2qPbjDHRVqq3WTFuWzRU0HtlOp4D
foss-north 2018: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8Xzb2qPbjDEpMTPYQy4QrnBbes2j-b9S
foss-gbg: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8Xzb2qPbjDEmIu_d2pPicnf9FT90MpPd
gbgcpp: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBKFkLKL89uL8T3uv8drtkYlowBkd4JBv

The videos are fairly simple - some static pictures, videos from a few different cameras and some basic effects (fade in/fade out). Sometimes we've combined kdenlive with audacity to be able to filter the sound from background noises.
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tiotrom wrote:Thank you! You can call it "creative commons" but we are going to invent our own license and call it "trade free" (TF) - we will explain in detail what that means but basically anyone is free to access our materials without them giving us anything in return (thus, trade free) - no money, no currency or cryptocurrency, no data, no attention (like we don't display ads), and we don't care about location, religion, or anything else. That's what we are going to develop, a "trade free" license. Also, anyone is free to download our materials, edit, re-upload anywhere, etc. - under the same TF license. Needless to say all of that is "open source", else you cannot check if they are "trade free" of not (like if we collect data for instance). May sound weird but this is something we are cooking for the past 8+ years. :)


Your Trade Free license sounds a lot like a CC0: https://creativecommons.org/share-your- ... omain/cc0/

Developing a valid license is always tricky, as you probably know by now, and usually requires the help of a specialised lawyer, plus there are already too many of them. It looks to me like CC0 would cover all you needs.

tiotrom wrote:- And I am in love with Open Source Software. Even the books we make are done in LibreOffice Draw and available as TF Draw projects, PDF, and plain text for anyone to download, edit, view.


Oh! Take a look at Scribus!: https://www.scribus.net/

It is great for layout, totally open source and the file format is pure XML, so easy to parse. Scribus is much more efficient than LibreOffice for producing good looking documents. It is the Indesign of the FLOSS world. You'll love it!

tiotrom wrote:Anyways, sorry for the long reply. The short answer for your question would be: you can say that our materials are under "creative commons license" even though we never felt the need to specify this.


Okay, but if you don't quote the license explicitly for each work, legally they are under a standard. restrictive copyright license. That is the default. You may want to look into that asap. Years of editing and writing for magazines have taught me: "No license? Do not touch!"
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@Bro Thank you for the tips!
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I am making videos about music production using open-source software under Linux.
My videos are also 100% made with open-source software.

Here's a recent one, edited and composited in Kdenlive:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy65Tso_igE

I capture my video with OBS.

Curious fact: it took 4.5 hours to render this 18-minute video on a Ryzen 7 1700 CPU, under Linux Mint (I blame the heavy compositing, and lack of proper multi-threading).
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Backyard Birds
https://youtu.be/qFbTEGSWXd4

A short video telling how we came to enjoy feeding our wild birds and what they mean to us. Filmed June 2018 using HV30. Edited with Kdenlive 18.04.1. Voice commentary recorded/edited with Audacity.

The Letter
https://youtu.be/hi-rwbSBzA0

A very short video of paranormal letter received in the mailbox. Filmed June 2018 using HV30. Edited with Kdenlive 18.04.1. Audio edited with Audacity.

I’m only a hobbyist and very humbled by the high quality of video I see in these posts. Still, this is my contribution.
Thanks
-tim
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@greydog56. Thanks for sharing. Very well done. Beautifully narrated - especially Backyard Birds. Good cut sequences. It certainly takes you hours, days.

 
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