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Old 05-21-2020, 02:45 PM   #16
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I just recently tried to install Flowblade on both 14.2 and the most recent -Current. Following the dependencies listed on Slackbuild.org, even the suggested ones, the biggest problems I had were Atlas halting because of throttling despite cpufreq -g being set by default to "Performance" (likely an Intel pstate issue) but as that was only suggested the real showstopper was gnome-vfs, which failed for requiring versions not yet in 14.2 or -Current such as glib-2. In the past trying to fix a gnome package that fails has tied up many hours without success so admittedly I'm a bit gunshy. In this case I was just trying to get a simple video editor but it seems my time is much better spent learning --- DaVinci Resolve --- which installed without a single hiccup and runs great.
 
Old 05-22-2020, 01:20 PM   #17
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downloading davinci can you post some links to video tutorials, please
 
Old 05-22-2020, 06:17 PM   #18
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Hello przemo
If you're looking for a really limited but simple video editor Davinci Resolve is not it. It is used by the most elite Hollywood studios for monster production hits so it has a HUGE array of options and commonly, the proper sequence in workflow is quite important. If that didn't scare you off then there is a balance to the upside. The GUI and Menus are essentially identical whether in Windows, OSX, or Linux. The only variable is OSX tutorials with keyboard shortcuts which naturally have Apple-specific key titles, but even those are translated to the more common PC-type keyboard nomenclatures. Bottom line there are LOTS of tutorials in text and video and any of them can be helpful.

This one is by no means the best but it should serve to get you started. I'm not only a newb at Davinci Resolve but at video editing in general so if you find it too basic it should still get you to some more advanced tutorials or some more specific to a job that has your current interest. You might find it frosting on the cake that BlackMagic has a bullseye painted on Adobe. It's quite amazing just how much power is in the free version of Resolve.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jres9YDi0Fs

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