Freedom in video media production

ffmpeg to do screen captures: $0
Audacity to capture audio, perform clean-up and EQ: $0
GIMP to design titles and watermarks: $0
OpenShot to edit footage, add transitions and effects: $0
Web delivery transcoding to the free, patent-unencumbered Theora codec: $0
The Ubuntu OS to run it all on: $0

And seamless video playback (without stupid plugins) using Firefox

Theora playback in Firefox

Freedom rules.

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2 thoughts on “Freedom in video media production

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