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Call: Piksel Summer Camp 2010

PIKSEL SUMMER CAMP

02.-08. August 2010
06.-08. August 2010

Skjerjehamn [Norway]


NOTE:
We are sorry to inform that the Piksel SummerCamp 2010 is cancelled.
Due to reorganization of management on the camp location, there has been a delay in setting up the practical framework for the stay and giving potential participants the information needed to confirm their arrival. We thank you for your interest, and hope to see you again at future Piksel events.

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Piksel Summer Camp is international gathering of artists, developers and creators working with free and open technologies, taking place at the idyllic island of Skjerjehamn outside Bergen, Norway. (continue reading…)


The LiVES Video Editor and VJ Tool Turns 1.0

LiVES is a video editing and VJ tool for Linux and BSD systems and today it celebrates its version 1.0 birthday. LiVES provides realtime video performance and non-linear editing for all classes of video editors and VJs (VJ is the Video equivalent of a DJ).

The LiVES project was started in 2002 by me, the author, and I continue to manage and enhance the project. At the time I had just bought a digital camera that was capable of taking short video clips of 10 seconds or so. Although I could play these clips perfectly well in mplayer, I was unable to find any editor on Linux which was capable of editing this format. So I thought – if I can play the clips, then I should be able to save the frames and edit them. I looked at the manpage for mplayer and noted that it could output multiple image files. From this the LiVES editor was born.

The other thing that was going on at the time, which is just as important today, was the beginning of DRM, and companies were attempting to lock down video and prevent people from copying and thus being able to edit clips. So I was interested in the new, open formats which were coming along as an alternative – today most people have heard of and even used ogg/theora. LiVES was one of the very first applications to support that format. True to the spirit of open source, the LiVES code does not contain any proprietary or patented codecs, although these can be added through external libraries. (continue reading…)


LiVES 1.0.0-pre1 released !


Salsaman just released  LiVES version 1.0.0-pre1. All features and APIs are now frozen for 1.0, only bug fixes will be made from now on until after the 1.0 release. (continue reading…)


LiVES 0.9.9.7 released

Salsaman just announced the release of LiVES 0.9.9.7

CHANGELOG
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Add “livetext” effect/generator.
– see release notes for instructions

Fix MIDI device autodetection.
– a MIDI controller on /dev/midi1 should now be automatically discovered

Fix “force single monitor” bug.
– this setting was accidentally not fully implemented in the last release

Correct audio synch when encoding a selection (regression).

Small cleanups in OSC and event_list code.

Add OMC command “/clip/encode_as”.
– this is related to the batch processing tool (See below)

Created LiVES batch processing tool (/tools/batchproc).
– see release notes for more details
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Piksel17
The 15th edition of the Piksel Festival takes place November 16th-18th 2017. We are now open for proposals. Deadline is 1st of July 2017.

Submit your proposal!

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