Alternativas ao MovieMaker no Ubuntu



Ubuntu users can install LiVES simply by clicking on:
Thanks to Joao Pinto !


sudo apt-get install kino


sudo apt-get install pitivi


sudo apt-get install avidemux



Instructions to Install on Hard Heron Ubuntu
for all x86 (full working on 32 and 64 bits), by Paolo Rampino:
deb akirad-hardy main
Installation notes:
- For your convenience you can install a package for detecting your version of Ubuntu, installing akirad repository and keeping it updated.
Just double click on the link and install it with GDebi Package Installer.
Alternatively, use the following terminal command:
wget -c && sudo dpkg -i addakirad.deb
- To update the repository information press Reload in Synaptic Package Manager (Adept for Kubuntu) or use the following terminal command:
sudo apt-get update
- 7 are the packages available in the akirad repository:
cinelerra (x86 and x86_64 without opengl 2.0 video card)
cinelerra4-repack (Heroine Virtual version)
cinelerra-generic (all x86 and x86_64 with opengl 2.0 video card)
cinelerra-k7 (amd32 without opengl 2.0 video card)
cinelerra-k7gl (amd32 with opengl 2.0 video card)
cinelerra-k8 (amd k8 optimized with opengl 2.0 video card)
cinelerra-swtc (extra Shape Wipe Transitions)
- Ubuntu Hardy moved to Pulse Audio Sound driver. Since it comes with a PulseAudio ESD compatibility layer, Cinelerra can be set to work with PulseAudio. Simply open Cinelerra and go to Settings->Preferences->Playback->Audio Driver. Select ESound and set the following parameters:
Port: 7007
- These packages set shmmax to 0x7fffffff and add non-English language support for Cinelerra.
- Please, report any package bug to akir4d at gmail dot com
for i386 (not working on amd 32 bits), by Valentina Messeri:
deb ./


sudo apt-get install openmovieeditor

Conversão de formatos restritos para formatos OPEN:

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Instalando uShare

Link sobre uPNP:

At first you need to be sure that you have setup a multicast route for UPnP messages. If you don't but have a default route attributed, then this later will be used. Otherwise, simply declare a new route for UPnP multicasts (for example using eth0 interface) :
route add -net netmask eth0
uShare runs from the console only. It supports the usual --help option which displays usage and option information.
-n, --name=NAME              Set UPnP Friendly Name (default is 'uShare')
-i, --interface=IFACE        Use IFACE Network Interface (default is 'eth0')
-f, --cfg=FILE               Config file to be used
-p, --port=PORT              Forces the HTTP server to run on PORT
-q, --telnet-port=PORT       Forces the TELNET server to run on PORT
-c, --content=DIR            Share the content of DIR directory (default is './')
-w, --no-web                 Disable the control web page (enabled
by default)
-t, --no-telnet              Disable the TELNET control (enabled by default)
-o, --override-iconv-err     If iconv fails parsing name, still add to media contents (hoping the renderer can handle it)
-v, --verbose                Set verbose display.
-x, --xbox                   Use XboX 360 compliant profile
-d, --dlna                   Use DLNA compliant profile (PlayStation3 needs this)
-D, --daemon                 Run as a daemon.
-V, --version                Display the version of uShare and exit
-h, --help                   Display this help
uShare expects at least one directory argument (-c argument), specifying where multimedia files are stored. You should probably also use the -i option to specify which interface uShare should listen on.
ushare -c /shares
ushare -c /shares1 --content=/shares2
You can also perform remote control of uShare UPnP Media Server through its web interface. This let you define new content locations at runtime or update the currently shared one in case the filesystem has changed.

Just go to :
See the manual page for more details :
man ushare
Instalando uShare
sudo apt-get install ushare

sudo dpkg-reconfigure ushare

sudo gedit /etc/ushare.conf

# /etc/ushare.conf
# Edit this file with 'dpkg-reconfigure ushare'
# Configuration file for uShare

# uShare UPnP Friendly Name (default is 'uShare').

# Interface to listen to (default is eth0).
# Ex : USHARE_IFACE=eth1

# Port to listen to (default is random from IANA Dynamic Ports range)
# Ex : USHARE_PORT=49200

# Port to listen for Telnet connections

# Directories to be shared (space or CSV list).
# Ex: USHARE_DIR=/dir1,/dir2

# Use to override what happens when iconv fails to parse a file name.
# The default uShare behaviour is to not add the entry in the media list
# This option overrides that behaviour and adds the non-iconv'ed string into
# the media list, with the assumption that the renderer will be able to
# handle it. Devices like Noxon 2 have no problem with strings being passed
# as is. (Umlauts for all!)
# Options are TRUE/YES/1 for override and anything else for default behaviour

# Enable Web interface (yes/no)

# Enable Telnet control interface (yes/no)

# Use XboX 360 compatibility mode (yes/no)

# Use DLNA profile (yes/no)
# This is needed for PlayStation3 to work (among other devices)

E por fim:
sudo route add -net netmask eth0

sudo /etc/init.d/ushare restart

Também pode-se utilizar do site: http://localhost:49200/web/ushare.html
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