I've been trying Kdenlive instead of Adobe Premiere Pro for video editing as an experiment over the weekend for a lil music video for a friend I filmed a while ago. I've had to think outside the box a bit and massively change my workflow for multi-camera stuff and the compositing is very basic but overall it's not too bad for a quick easy video editor =)
@Shrigglepuss What about OpenShot? Ever tried that? If so, how does it compare?
@UnclearFuture I tried OpenShot briefly a few months ago, of the two I think Kdenlive is probably the better one but I didn't try OpenShot out for as long so still worth giving it a go!
@Shrigglepuss Thank you, I'm going to try it out OpenShot one day, I would try Kden but don't like KDE or GNOME with the way they force having a load of libraries and programs etc you don't necessarily want or need, on you, heh.
@UnclearFuture Yeah, using a Kdenlive wasn't ideal because I use GNOME. Wayland struggled a bit with it, had to switch to Xorg for some of the dialogue windows to work, but apart from that it seemed fine!
@Shrigglepuss That's a shame. How is Wayland? I haven't had a chance to try it out yet since I only use XFCE.
@UnclearFuture For me personally it's been fine, been using it since it was default in Fedora, only really had issues with this program and colour pickers up to now =D
@Shrigglepuss Interesting about the colour pickers, but maybe they're only coded for xorg? If they're from like websites etc, why would they not be able to pick them up? Hmmm.
@UnclearFuture I'm not sure, but I presume they're working on it- both were GTK3 programs =) It's not a huge deal, I just take a screenshot and pick the colour from the image if needed, it's very rare I need to do this to be fair
@Shrigglepuss Ah, okay. Thanks for sharing your experiences!
@UnclearFuture No worries! How's XFCE these days? I've not used it for a few years, has much changed over there?
@Shrigglepuss Stable, it doesn't change massively, I think that's what I like a lot about it, it doesn't change a lot and remains fairly stable because of it, it doesn't require a lot of programs or libraries to be installed (unlike GNOME/KDE) and has pretty much everything I need/want plus if you want some programs like a screenshooter it has those in its optional to install section of programs :)
@UnclearFuture Yay! It was my main desktop environment when Gnome 3 was still fresh, I remember it like an old friend so I'm happy to hear things are still much the same over there =D
For a way to implement it outside of the window manager, I suggest you take a look at: https://appcenter.elementary.io/com.github.spheras.desktopfolder
@xrevan86 Ah, I see.
I don't know.
here are however two things I cannot currently do in Wayland.
Desktop icons have always been on the desktop environment to impliment, regardless of on X11 or Wayland, and while I disagreed with Gnome’s Decision to drop them before a replacement is ready, there is now a plugin that implements it as an extension (which i assume will be added to the Gnome list of supported extensions because it fits nicely into ‘Gnome Classic’)
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