Linux for Video Production (5 tags)
Linux and open source software is traditionally good for developers and system administrators, and recently good for business users. When will it be good for multimedia users? A handful of projects are making video production and editing possible (and useful)--PiTiVi and GStreamer among them. Jono Bacon examines the present and future of video production with Linux and open source software. Jono is the coauthor of Linux Desktop Hacks.
Movies of Software (4 tags)
Jon Udell examines using movies to describe, demonstrate, or document the behavior of software in this month's installment of Primetime Hypermedia.
Screencasting Strategies (4 tags)
In response to reader requests for more information on the process of making screencasts--video representations of screen activity--Jon Udell devotes this column to guidelines and tips he's developed for capturing audio and video, and for editing screencasts, regardless of the tools you use.
Use Your Digital Camera with Linux (3 tags)
With the holidays over, it's time to pause, reflect, and clean up a bit. Why not download the photos from your digital camera? Don't worry, it's easy under Linux. Robert Bernier demonstrates the killer combination of gphoto2, ImageMagick, and digiKam.