PiTiVi: an overview of a FOSS video editor’s history and design

Jean-François Fortin Tam
http://jeff.ecchi.ca
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3 Responses to “PiTiVi: an overview of a FOSS video editor’s history and design”


  • Thanks for the interesting talk. I’m looking forward to the day pitivi gains features like titles, fades, etc. :)

  • PiTiVi is the ONLY NLE the can natively edit my Canon 7D footage! Please make some simple fades and a titler and you will have the strongest NLE out!!! Thanks – RJ

  • I have been looking for a good program in linux (ubuntu) to make a simple presentation video and I had no luck till I found Pitivi. This program it’s fantastic. Very good program that work perfectly. Like Christoph, some fade and title it would be the next step to be perfect. Thank you very much indeed. This program it’s amazing!

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