"This talk is a guide to learn Kdenlive whether you are a beginner or an experienced user. I will take you through learning the basics of Kdenlive like core functionality, how to avoid pitfalls, and even advanced techniques.
I'll also show you how to optimize Kdenlive to fit a professional workflow, advanced techniques like animated transitions, optimization for production speed, options for hardware and even custom scripts that I use to streamline video production."
Torchlight II Synergies Mod: Warlock Class with Outlander Human Companion. Linux Mint 17.3 64bit. Nvidia GT 730 (900MHz) graphics. Recorded using SimpleScreenRecorder, which is FREE but also stutters the framerate. Otherwise, Torchlight II runs well over 60fps.
Torchlight II can be purchased at gog.com (DRM-free), Humble Store (DRM-free), or Steam.
Now we are at a point where even the tenets of the GPL are not honored. The modern Linux user community just wants to get free stuff and act like the cool kids. Improving FLOSS requires actual work. WEIRD NEWS.
Base GNU/Linux distribution: Devuan Included Live ISO's after install (added to GRUB): FreeDOS, KalibriOS Desktop Environment: XFCE Package management: apt, pip, gem, rpm, yum, pacapt, and alien I would have included 'zypper,' but I was running out of room
PsychOS is a "better to have and not need than to need and not have" type of GNU/Linux distribution that is based off of a 32-bit (i686) version of Devuan ASCII, a systemd-free system. What that also means is that this system contains lots of software, codecs, firmware, etc. with the goal of if the "shit hits the fan," you can still get some work (or play) done. Extra repositories were included just in case something was missed (disabled by default); however, please make sure to only enable those repositories if installing software as opposed to upgrading, which may cause issues. And for what you cannot find, there are plenty of included tools to create what you need.
PsychOS also includes extra packages and settings for various applications to provide a better "out-of-the-box" experience as opposed to the user having to setup the same things most do anyway or wondering why a program doesn't work because they don't know how to configure it correctly. This is a system mainly for "broke as hell" creatives, old-school programmers, and college students. Web developers, remote compiling nut-jobs, and PC gamers (unless creating a game) need not bother; these types will more than likely find this system frustrating as it has been hardened in a way to make neophites cringe. In other words, PsychOS is designed to be used as a desktop, not as a means to keep your old computer barely alive in a resting home (VM, SSH, remote, etc.).
Devuan ASCII was chosen not just for it being systemd-free but also because Devuan ASCII is a fork of Debian, which is incredibly stable, "insanely" so, and I expect that when most GNU/Linux systems abandon older computers (kernel updates killing two birds with one stone?) that the developers and/or hobbyists for Debian will do everything they can to continue support for as long as they can. However, because it's 32-bit, PsychOS will run just fine on both old and new computers, including some Macbooks; I even had a Thunderbolt Ethernet adapter working just fine if that has ever been an issue (has for me on other distros). Please make sure to look at the Release Notes.
StreamPi is designed to help people with older x86 computers and lighter ARM devices that cannot run newer screen-casting or live streaming tools because of higher-end graphics-related requirements.
Originally, StreamPi was created to run from the command-line on a Raspberry Pi (hence the name) using dialog as a TUI (Terminal User Interface) with the ability to run both in X AND console (with limitations). However, I do realize that not everyone is comfortable with the command-line. So, I decided to create an actual GUI (Graphical User Interface) version this time around. The interface should run fine as long as your system has GAMBAS available.
Note-worthy features: * Monitor Twitch and Picarto stream stats without needing authentication (read-only) * Image Overlay (see after recording or while monitoring live stream) * Use notify-send to display IRC** log chat as well as Follow alerts * Auto translate IRC** chat displayed with notify-send * Store up to 3 RTMP urls * Torify your live stream for extra privacy * Crop-out parts of your screen to hide things such as panels * Record or live stream all connected and enabled monitors all in one go * Automatically uses current sound server such as PulseAudio, ALSA, or JACK * Quickly launch a music playing program with selected folder or playlist and have volume auto-adjusted to prevent errors or panic * Use system's default ffmpeg or use a pre-compiled version instead * Monitor your live stream
**Currently, Twitch (as of early 2019) still supports IRC for chatting, as well as a few commands, including interacting with bots. However, there is no reason why you couldn't also setup an IRC channel for your live stream as an alternative for those that don't want to create an account for whatever streaming service you decide to use. StreamPi includes a "Wizard" to help you use IRC clients to chat on Twitch.
Uploaded this to YouTube but Bitchute ain't mirroring the video. So here you go. Excuse my nervousness I'll get better. It just occurred to me that I used nearly this same thumbnail on my previous video. Oh well Check out http://acme.cat-v.org/ for more info about this amazing editor.
Too Long Didn't Watch (TLDW): If you are using a Windows system with NTFS formatted drives, you won't have any issues with saving and loading projects.
Based on a user's question and my own interest in the idea, I ran UbuntuStudio 19.04 from the Live DVD to see how it would perform. I only had a chance to test Kdenlive. I didn't run into too many issues other than some write permissions with EXT4 and having the correct Kdenlive project settings that save the project files in the same directory that your project files are located in.
In this video I show you how to easily install Netdata on practically ANY Linux server. Netdata is a lightweight, real time, server monitoring tool with hundreds of data points. It provides enterprise-grade comprehensive metrics with user friendly installation and literally no configuration, it's plug and play. Suitable for servers and desktops!
It seems like the social justice warrrios ran out of franchises to ruin so they have now entered the world of open source to destroy one of the last good things in this world. Though the open source coders are tough and they rather burn down their beloved project before handing it to the SJWs. Well, that worked for the Russians against the Nazis, so why shouldn't it also work against those who apply Nazi tactics?
Linus's Fuck You Nvidia Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MShbP3OpASA at about 30 minutes. He says "you don't have to agree with Richard Stallman to still like GPL Version 2." at about 36 minutes, why he is always honest and direct at 61:30 "I like offending people, because I think people who get offended should be offended."
Torvalds Q&A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PmHRSeA2c8 15:00 Political Correctness getting in the way 18:00 respect should be earned 25:00 children no interest. 27:40 guy who doesn't like playground insults. 34:00 git humility 47:00 gpl 2 better than 3. you do what i want, if i give you my code. 48:50 no, that's not gonna fly. 53:00 more gpl. i make software, you can use it any way you like. 55:20 I don't want to impose my world view on others. You can use whatever you like. 64:00 even nvidia is playing nice.
Linus Torvalds talking with Aalto University students on 23 October, 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDEce3mtkRg 6:58 I like the interaction. cursing at people when they make mistakes. 27:38 doesn't believe in micromanaging. 55:13 made mistakes, can admit them. 58:00 it has been working for 30 years, it has been doing something right. 78:54 most proud of community
Keynote: Linus Torvalds, Creator of Linux & Git, in conversation with Dirk Hohndel, VP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPVeu4bsn3U 22:50 dev's job is not to find people. Build it well and they will come. 28:00 don't look at everything. only if you touch files that don't belong to you.
Tor es una de las mejores herramientas para conectarse a Internet de manera segura. Está disponible para multitud de plataformas, desde las tres principales de escritorio (Windows, OS X y Linux) a otras como Android o Maemo.
Qué es Tor y cómo funciona?
Consiste básicamente en que cada uno de los mensajes que envía nuestra máquina, nuestro computador, es rebotado de manera aleatoria y cifrado a través de una serie de nodos. Ninguno de esos nodos puede descifrar el mensaje y sólo conoce el siguiente nodo al que pasar el mensaje de modo que desde el punto de vista de un observador externo en lugar de una conexión de A hasta B lo único que ve es una serie de conversaciones fragmentadas y cifradas saltando aquí y allá.
My second news show attempt. I cover Minds CEO/Co-Founder Tim Ottman's appearance on Joe Rogan's podcast, along with covering the Linux Gamer's reply to the Engadget article regarding Linux Gaming being on Life Support, despite or because of Steam!
My first attempt at a news show, didn't do very well on Youtube, so we'll see. From February 2019, The Akira Kickstarter unfortunately failed to make goal, I'll check into where the current state of the project is for my next news video if I do one. I'm mostly uploading this for parity with my Youtube channel. I don't know if I have a large enough audience yet to pull off a news show like this.
Quirinux es un sistema operativo de origen argentino. Está basado en Debian GNU/Linux y tiene todas las herramientas necesarias para hacer películas de cine animado. Sitio de descarga: https://quirinux.neocities.org
Level 3 is pretty fun. It feels a little easy on the standard difficulty tbh, but that's fine with me. I'm not really all that good. Also, there's a nice machine gun and a buzzsaw, which is pretty great.
This game is pretty great for a free game that can run on pretty much any old computer you have lying around. In fact, it's pretty great for a game generally. I finish level 1 (or Map 1, or Stage 1, or whatever Doom type guys call levels) after a bit of work.
Garou Mark of the Wolves (Win/Mac/Linux/Android) Linux Mint 17.3 Played using a Logitech F310 controller, also works with Xbox 360 controller. Recorded using SimpleScreenRecorder.
Garou Mark of the Wolves is available on Steam, gog.com (DRM-free), Humble Store (DRM-free), and Google Play. The Humble Store release (featured here) includes the Android APK installer. Garou MOTW is also available digitally on consoles: Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, XB1, Wii, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch.
In this video I'll show you my alternatives to Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, and Premiere, AND Fruity-Loops with the first of a new series: Linux. Do everything, freely. Content Creation and Media Production.
I'll Record & Edit video, Design my own graphics, plus produce and record my own beats using only GNU/LINUX.
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My review of Elementary OS 5.0 Juno, as someone who has used it for over 3 years. Elementary OS is sleek, stylish, and simple with a Ubuntu Linux base, but it's not just Ubuntu made to look like Mac OS. The Elementary Team creates the Pantheon desktop, The Elementary AppCenter, and includes a suite of custom applications. AppCenter features over a hundred apps from third party developers, created just for Elementary. Elementary and AppCenter provide developers a way to publish their work with an asking price. AppCenter provides a payment system so users can pay any amount they wish for the applications or install them for free. All of the software is 100% free and open-source.
DS-Tech Media is diversified across a host of popular & decentralized Media Platforms:
I found out why the battles weren't getting easier and why I got mopped last time. Turns out, I have 2 class unlock items I never, ever used. I have significantly nerfed my party all along. I open the new classes and go fight the big, dumb robot again. I quickly punch him in his big, dumb robot face. Hard. NOTE: Sorry for the minor slowdown. I have another 3GB of RAM on the way, so that should help in future.
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Played on Linux via WINE. No commentary. I haven't uploaded for awhile for a variety of reasons, one being I completely transitioned to Linux for gaming. I decided to do a brand new playthrough as a test rather than mess up existing characters. I hope to return to those characters eventually but for now, we start Sam's journey on Tython. I hope you enjoy.
Character backstory: Once a simple hairstylist, Sam lost everything when her family was slain by separatists on Ord Mantell. While she despises violence she was forced to fight to survive. Her continued survival against all odds caught the attention of Republic forces on Ord Mantell, who convinced her to travel to Tython for Jedi training. With nothing left to lose Sam travels to the Jedi world of Tython to begin training as a Jedi Knight...
NOTE: Sound didn't record again. Turn on a podcast. The Tom Woods Show is pretty great. We fight robot turret things over and over and over again for awhile. We move up a couple levels. We have a good time. Then the difficulty curve shoots straight upwards for no apparent reason and I have no idea what the heck I'm supposed to do. I think I'll try again tomorrow.
The gang tries to break in to steal a lift pass or something, and decides the best thing to do is set off the security system and then fight it. The security system appears to consist of Dozzer Cannons. For perspective, a few levels back, I got a Steam achievement for beating one of these things as a boss. Now, they're traveling around in packs of 3, shooting poison nails. Life comes at you fast
Left 4 Dead 2 via Steam (Windows/Mac/Linux). Linux Lite 4.2. Nvidia GT 730 graphics. Online co-op in the Finale of the "No Mercy" campaign. Recorded using SimpleScreenRecorder, which is FREE but also stutters the framerate.
Torchlight II (Windows/Mac/Linux). Synergies Mod: Warlock Class with Outlander Human Companion. Linux Lite 4.2 with Nvidia GT 730 graphics. Recorded using SimpleScreenRecorder, which is FREE but also stutters the framerate. Otherwise, Torchlight II runs well over 60fps.
Torchlight II can be purchased at gog.com (DRM-free), Humble Store (DRM-free), or Steam.
Okay. So I stopped and checked my equipment, and pparently part of the reason my party sucks so much is I forgot a few things. Like upgrading armor and accessories. Or, you know, even equiping some armor or any accessories at all. Well, I take care of that. Also, we now have a mech. So that's pretty cool.
Okay, so Fafnir s way more powerful than us. Sullivan (our tank and my favorite character) starts the fight almost dead, but we sort of figure it out, just barely. Then we find out the whole history of Skyborn... land? And best of all, it turns out Mary Sue may not actually be our main character, but rather that it's Chaska the well-meaning, happy sewer rat. And Corwin has a thing for her! Much better. Much, much better.
The party wanders around a maze for awhile then finds a giant lion-dragon guarding a totally conspicuous doorway. Given how weak they all seem to be against the normal enemies, it's back to make sure every Experience Point is earned first I still have a really bad feeling about this.
So we're still wandering through the jungle maze. I seem to be running low on MP items and haven't seen a shop in days. It also appears my main group is still too weak to be much help to the demon murder lady. I have grabbed (as you have painfully had to watch I am sure) every EP star thing, and fought every available enemy. Still my party is pretty well garbage in this jungle. Unless I'm missing something in the crafting/item department, I don't think my party could be any better right now, and they are utter trash. Except Sullivan. He can kind of manage to be hit a bunch, but then, he's essentially Red Batman in the story.
The day after Alda tells her story about murdering her old boyfriend in cold blood, the group goes back to hunting for oil and treasure as if nothing happened. I mean, yeah, they need her to help kill all the overpowered enemies in this area, but I think I'd at least have to make sure she wasn't planning to get all stabby-stabby with me too.
Just when I was starting to get a silly "Girls Are All Great" vibe from this game, Alda goes and proves to be a real piece of work, doing the most cold-blooded thing anyone has done in the game yet. And this is a game where winged demons are ethnically cleansing the world of "half-breeds." So, you know, she's pretty bad.
I assumed the rude devil girl thing was added to to the group to help make up for the fact that the group is still pretty weak. She's not really that much help. Everyone in the group dislikes her except Mary Sue. I agree with the group.
NOTE: No sound for some reason. Sorry, but if I skip entirely, the story will be missing an important part. Put on a podcast. I recommend Sacred Symbols or Knockback. We're heading out into the forest to find some fossil fuel for a mech we found in a cave. We need it to blow a hole in a jail and break some prisoners out while messing up a pile of flying racial purists intent on genocide. Well, after exploring every nook and cranny to find all the precious, precious EXP stars and some random loose playing cards. Priorities, right?
So there's a boss fight in this one, where I completely screw up three or four times, but am saved by the fact that I think she was programmed to nerf herself halfway through the battle. Also, apparently the party messed up and got the rebellion killed by trying to be nice to people. Harsh lesson in reality.
I tested Proton from Steam, running Pac-Man Museum on Linux and it ran FLAWLESSLY! Sorry for the lack of audio on this recording. The audio does work perfectly in the game too. Just this video didn't record it for some reason.
The game runs fine, but the Steam app does NOT scale to my 4K screen resolution. The text and menus are super super tiny. But, once you get into a game, it's perfectly fine.
Minetest license information and description from the official Minetest site,
“Minetest is a near-infinite-world block sandbox game and a game engine, inspired by InfiniMiner, Minecraft, and the like. Minetest is available natively for Windows, OS X, GNU/Linux, Android, and FreeBSD. It is Free/Libre and Open Source Software, released under the LGPL 2.1 or later.”