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Vivia - The Video Editor


KDE Video Application

Score 83%
Vivia - The Video Editor

Vivia - The Video Editor

Vivia - The Video Editor

Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  3130
Submitted:  Oct 29 2006
Updated:  Dec 19 2006


Vivia is a video editing program based on Qt 4.1 that offers very user-friendly editing of DV video material. Currently only PAL DV-format video is supported.

v0.1.1 is the second alpha release. To compile on linux:
1) make sure that you have Qt 4.1 and SDL 1.2.
2) run ./build-ffmpeg-linux.sh
3) cd src
4) qmake
5) make

That will create an executable named 'vivia' in the 'src' directory.
Copy 'vivia' to the location of your choice, or run it directly from
within 'src'.

Further compiling instructions can be found at http://vivia.sourceforge.net/compiling.html

Testing with independent users revealed some interface problems that
I aim to address in v0.1.2.

WARNING/NOTE: If you have used v0.1, you will need to rename your project files!!! The extension '.dvproj' should become '.vivia'.


- BUGFIX: Fix scrollbar bug in Multicam mode
- BUGFIX: Fix inability to load image files on Windows
- New interface for editing clips and transitions
- Swap out OpenGL interface and use SDL instead, because too many people
don't have accelerated OpenGL drivers. OpenGL will be added again in the

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 by ilj on: Mar 20 2008
Score 50%

looks like a change for the bad. I'm talking about how the interface looks. It is utterly ugly in my eyes. Why didn't you just stick with default widgets instead? You aren't doing any eye-candy or sophisticated looking interface judging from the current screenshots.

Jeez, guys you must make up your mind until it's late! It looks bad and I felt like letting you know this. So, please, take this post easy and reconsider the use of QT4 generic widgets.

It's cool that QT4 allows for such "good" looking user interfaces but such an interface will only look really good if images were designed by someone who's pretty good at designing non-standard looking interfaces.

That what I can see in the screenshots doesn't look like designed good at all!

Those who do not understand Unix are condemned to reinvent it, poorly.

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