Filmcamp 2011 in Vientiane, Laos!

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How to make videos for free using Linux and open source programs.

How to make videos for free using Linux and open source programs.

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  • 1. Make simple and fun movies for free By Patrick Kennedy Twitter: KennedyPJ Filmcamp 2011 in Vientiane, Laos
  • 2. Linux as video platform
    • YouTube has tons of short videos.
    • 3. How can you make videos for free?
    • 4. How easy can it be?
    • 5. Linux can do it for free.
  • 6. Great selection of video editing software for Linux
    • OpenShot Video Editor
  • 7. How to install OpenShot on Ubuntu Linux sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jonoomph/openshot-edge sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install openshot openshot-doc
  • 8. PiTiVi Video Editor sudo apt-get install pitivi
  • 9. Kino Video Editor sudo apt-get install kino
  • 10. Open Movie Editor sudo apt-get install openmovieeditor
  • 11. Lives and Kdenlive video editors
      sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hrickards/lives sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install lives sudo apt-get install kdenlive
  • 12. Powerful command line processing with ffmpeg
      Install it as follows: sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Convert an MPG file to a DV file - ffmpeg -i MOV05031.MPG -target dv new.dv
  • 13. Lots of info on ffmpeg available on the web
    • http://www.itbroadcastanddigitalcinema.com/ffmpeg_howto.html
    • 14. http://www.catswhocode.com/blog/19-ffmpeg-commands-for-all-needs
    • 15. http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/257628-Converting-from-mpg-to-dv-using-commande-line
    • 16. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/how-to-merge-2-avi-together-424988/
    • 17. http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/8517
  • 18. Example of ffmpeg in action!
      ffmpeg -i MOV03440.MPG -target dv f1.dv ffmpeg -i MOV04410.MPG -target dv f2.dv ffmpeg -i MOV04450.MPG -target dv f3.dv ffmpeg -i MOV04453.MPG -target dv f4.dv ffmpeg -i MOV05031.MPG -target dv f5.dv ffmpeg -i MOV05387.MPG -target dv f6.dv ffmpeg -i MOV05444.MPG -target dv f7.dv cat f1.dv f2.dv f3.dv f4.dv f5.dv f6.dv f7.dv > fx.dv ffmpeg -i fx.dv mpeg_fx.mpeg
  • 19. Combine video clips at the command line!
    • Here's Linux as video machine!
    • 20. cat f1.dv f2.dv f3.dv f4.dv f5.dv f6.dv f7.dv > fx.dv
  • 21. Combine tools to produce better effects
    • Using graphical video editors
          • Strip audio out and recombine new audio clips
          • 22. Apply effects to clips and combine visually on a timeline
          • 23. Save work as projects and encode videos to various formats
    • Use ffmpeg for hundreds of encoding issues
  • 24. The End http://www.slideshare.net/KennedyPJ/filmcamp-2011-in-vientiane-laos