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« Reply #45 on: September 03, 2007, 08:15:32 am »

I'm sorry to say that real life is going to limit my free time for quite a while, so I'm not going to be able to give much to this project for the time being.
I've rather belatedly submitted kino-1.1.1 for testing today.


That's alright, I understand. I've been only testing all of our packages lately anyway to make sure that all the functions are working properly.
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« Reply #46 on: September 05, 2007, 02:55:30 pm »

Okay, so now that I just found out that the VL 5.8.6 release has been canceled, I'm wondering what to do. I had originally planned to try to get the Bonus Disc done about the same time that 5.8.6 was released or a little bit after. Also, I was hoping to make sure that it was compatible with it. However, since that release has been canceled and work has started on the 6.0 development line, I'm wondering if we should try to make this Bonus Disc compatible with the 6.0 release or just keep working on 5.8. I think we should try to look at our packages and asses what it would take to make this work with 6.0 also we need to talk to the devs to see what their projected release date for 6.0 might be. That way we can get an idea as to how much time we have, also what changes might happen to 6.0 during the development process that might break packages that we made at the beginning. Any suggestions? It would be nice to have some input from the devs on this since they are more experienced at this kind of thing than I am.

Since we have only just started on the Bonus Disc, it really wouldn't be too hard to repackage some of the programs on 5.9.x and just make sure that everything from this point forward is 6.0 compatible.
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« Reply #47 on: September 07, 2007, 06:31:43 am »

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lol...  Is that a typo?  Doesn't seem like something you would say.   Cheesy
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« Reply #48 on: September 08, 2007, 07:24:56 am »

Heh, heh Cheesy. It's a typo, I meant "assess" which means:

 1.  to estimate officially the value of (property, income, etc.) as a basis for taxation.
 2.  to fix or determine the amount of (damages, a tax, a fine, etc.): The hurricane damage was assessed at six million dollars. 
 3.  to impose a tax or other charge on.
 4.  to estimate or judge the value, character, etc., of; evaluate: to assess one's efforts.

Right now I'm working on redoing all the packages that we've done so far and getting them to work on VL 5.9. However, I'm having trouble compiling a lot of things with the Pseudo (not the packager version) and I can't download the packager version because I'm actually away from home right now, (with slow Internet). I'll be back home in the next couple of days and then I can try to get back to the point that we were with the 5.8 packages.   Angry
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« Reply #49 on: September 08, 2007, 07:44:02 am »

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Big difference.  Not such a puzzling statement now.  The first statement sounds pretty darn funny where I come from.  Tongue

Sorry about all the extra work on the project.  Undecided
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« Reply #50 on: September 13, 2007, 12:33:24 pm »

Okay, so now that I just found out that the VL 5.8.6 release has been canceled, I'm wondering what to do. I had originally planned to try to get the Bonus Disc done about the same time that 5.8.6 was released or a little bit after. Also, I was hoping to make sure that it was compatible with it. However, since that release has been canceled and work has started on the 6.0 development line, I'm wondering if we should try to make this Bonus Disc compatible with the 6.0 release or just keep working on 5.8. I think we should try to look at our packages and asses what it would take to make this work with 6.0 also we need to talk to the devs to see what their projected release date for 6.0 might be. That way we can get an idea as to how much time we have, also what changes might happen to 6.0 during the development process that might break packages that we made at the beginning. Any suggestions? It would be nice to have some input from the devs on this since they are more experienced at this kind of thing than I am.

Since we have only just started on the Bonus Disc, it really wouldn't be too hard to repackage some of the programs on 5.9.x and just make sure that everything from this point forward is 6.0 compatible.

I vote for 5.9/6.0.  A lot is already in the VL 5.8 repositories and it is now clear that 5.8 isn't much longer for this world, at least as the current release.  I know that all the packaging I'm now doing, as well as my Vector Mini project, are based on 5.9
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« Reply #51 on: September 16, 2007, 03:34:55 pm »

I vote for 5.9/6.0.  A lot is already in the VL 5.8 repositories and it is now clear that 5.8 isn't much longer for this world, at least as the current release.  I know that all the packaging I'm now doing, as well as my Vector Mini project, are based on 5.9

Yep, I've already started working on making this for 5.9. But...the libiconv thing kind of messed things up for me.
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« Reply #52 on: October 11, 2007, 04:52:27 pm »

I found UbuntuStudio, which is a multimedia specific version of Ubuntu. Here are the packages that they include. This will be a good starting place but we will certainly expand the list:

ubuntustudio-audio:
•   audacity - Swiss army audio editor
•   ardour - Digital audio workstation (graphical gtk interface)
•   beast - music synthesis and composition framework
•   bitscope - diagnosis tool for JACK audio software
•   creox - real-time guitar effects
•   denemo - A gtk+ frontend to GNU Lilypond
•   timemachine - JACK audio recorder for spontaneous and conservatory use
•   gtick - Metronome application
•   hydrogen - Simple drum machine/step sequencer
•   jackbeat - audio sequencer
•   jackd - JACK Audio Connection Kit (server and example clients)
•   jackeq - routes and manipulates audio from/to multiple sources
•   jack-rack - LADSPA effects "rack" for JACK
•   jamin - Audio mastering from a mixed down multitrack source with JACK
•   jdelay - A small command line JACK app you can use to measure the latency of your sound card.
•   lilypond-data - LilyPond music typesetter (data files)
•   lilypond - A program for typesetting sheet music
•   meterbridge - A collection of Audio meters for the JACK audio server
•   muse - Qt-based midi/audio sequencer
•   vkeybd - Virtual Keyboard program
•   qjackctl - User interface for controlling the JACK sound server
•   puredata - realtime computer music and graphics system
•   rosegarden4 - music editor and MIDI/audio sequencer
•   timidity - Software sound renderer (MIDI sequencer, MOD player)
•   seq24 - Real time MIDI sequencer
•   shaketracker - MIDI sequencer with tracker GUI
•   swami - SoundFont editor
•   csound - powerful and versatile sound synthesis software
•   tapiir - A tool for real time audio delay and feedback effects
•   mixxx - A digital DJ interface (for beat-mixing)
•   terminatorx - A realtime audio synthesizer
•   fluidsynth - Real-time MIDI software synthesizer
•   freebirth - Bass synthesizer/sample player/sequencer similar to Rebirth
•   qsynth - fluidsynth MIDI sound synthesiser front-end
•   linuxsampler - software audio sampler
•   sweep - sound file editor
•   wired - A professional music production and creation free software running on the Linux operating system.

ubuntustudio-plugins:
•   blop - Bandlimited wavetable-based oscillator plugins for LADSPA hosts.
•   caps - A collection of refined LADSPA plugins.
•   cmt - (Computer Music Toolkit) A collection of LADSPA compatible plugins.
•   fil-plugins - Parametric equalizer LADSPA plugin.
•   ladspa-sdk - Sample tools for linux-audio-dev plugin architecture.
•   mcp-plugins - LADSPA plugins designed for Alsa Modular Synth.
•   omins - Collection of LADSPA plugins geared at modular synthesizers.
•   swh-plugins - Steve Harris's LADSPA plugins.
•   tap-plugins - Tom's Audio Processing LADSPA plugins.
•   vcf-plugins - Audio EQ biquad filter LADSPA plugins.
•   dssi-plugin-fluidsynth - Soundfont player/synth for DSSI.
•   dssi-plugin-hexter - A Yamaha DX7 modeling software synthesizer for DSSI.
•   dssi-plugin-xsynth - A classic-analog style softsynth DSSI plugin.
•   dssi-utils - Command-line utilities for sending commands to DSSI plugins.

ubuntustudio-video:

•   cinepaint - A painting and image retouching program designed to work best with 35mm film and other high resolution high dynamic range images.
•   ffmpeg - Multimedia player, server and encoder
•   ffmpeg2theora - Theora video encoder using ffmpeg
•   kino - A non-linear editor for Digital Video data
•   mandvd - An easy to use DVD authoring wizard
•   stopmotion - A program for creating stop motion animation.
•   dvgrab - Grab digital video data via IEEE1394 links
•   avidemux
•   manslide (slideshow generator)
•   LiVES
•   'Q' DVD-author

ubuntustudio-graphics:
•   inkscape - A vector-based drawing program.
•   blender - A very fast and versatile 3D suite for modeling, animation, rendering, post-production, interactive creation and playback.
•   gimp - A raster-based drawing program.
•   gimp-gap - GAP is a collection of plug-ins to extend the GIMP with capabilities to edit and create animations and movies as sequences of single frames.
•   gimp-print - Print plugin for the GIMP
•   gimp-ufraw - A plug-in to import RAW images.
•   f-spot - A personal photo management application.
•   scribus - A open source desktop page layout program.
•   fontforge - Font Editor for PS, TrueType and OpenType fonts.
•   gnome-raw-thumbnailer - a thumbnailer for GNOME that will make thumbnails for camera RAW files.
•   xsane - GTK+-based X11 frontend for SANE. (Scanner Access Now Easy)
•   wacom-tools - Software for you Wacom drawing pad.
•   hugin - An easy to use cross-platform GUI for Panorama Tools.
•   synfigstudio - A vector 2D based animation package (GUI)
•   agave - Colorscheme generator.
•   enblend - A tool for compositing images.
•   yafray - A modern, xml-speaking raytracing-based rendering system
•   nautilus-image-converter - nautilus extension to mass resize images

As soon as I get some time, I'll start chipping away at the list for VL5.9. All help would be greatly appreciated!
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« Reply #53 on: November 10, 2007, 08:02:16 am »

Whohooo! I just submitted Part one of the Multimedia Bonus Disc.  Grin As you can see above, I've packaged quite a few things but still have a ways to go. I'm hoping to have an alpha or beta ready by Monday or Tuesday. Here's a list of the packages that I've done:

Code:
./deps/cvs/1.11.22/cvs-1.11.22-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/sox/14.0.0/sox-14.0.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/fftw/3.1.2/fftw-3.1.2-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/fltk/1.1.7/fltk-1.1.7-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/jack/0.103.0/jack-0.103.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/lash/0.5.3/lash-0.5.3-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/ffmpeg2theora/0.19/ffmpeg2theora-0.19-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/caps-plugins/0.4.2/caps-plugins-0.4.2-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/libsndfile/1.0.17/libsndfile-1.0.17-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/libiec61883/1.1.0/libiec61883-1.1.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/linuxsampler/0.4.0/linuxsampler-0.4.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/FIL-plugins/0.1.0/FIL-plugins-0.1.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/transcode/20070917/transcode-20070917-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/MCP-plugins/0.3.0/MCP-plugins-0.3.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/liblo/0.24/liblo-0.24-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/scons/0.97/scons-0.97-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/wxGTK/2.6.4/wxGTK-2.6.4-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/mjpegtools/1.9.0rc2/mjpegtools-1.9.0rc2-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/liblrdf/0.4.0/liblrdf-0.4.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/gst-python/0.10.8/gst-python-0.10.8-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/scrollkeeper/0.3.14/scrollkeeper-0.3.14-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/tap-plugins/0.7.0/tap-plugins-0.7.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/portaudio/20071002/portaudio-20071002-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/dvgrab/3.0/dvgrab-3.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/libavc1394/0.5.3/libavc1394-0.5.3-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/ladspa/1.12/ladspa-1.12-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/dvdauthor/0.6.14/dvdauthor-0.6.14-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/libgig/3.1.1/libgig-3.1.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/libquicktime/1.0.0/libquicktime-1.0.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/REV-plugins/0.3.1/REV-plugins-0.3.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/twolame/0.3.10/twolame-0.3.10-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/raptor/1.4.16/raptor-1.4.16-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/swh-plugins/0.4.15/swh-plugins-0.4.15-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/libgnomecanvas/2.14.0/libgnomecanvas-2.14.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/AMB-plugins/0.3.0/AMB-plugins-0.3.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/libsamplerate/0.1.2/libsamplerate-0.1.2-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/openexr/1.6.1/openexr-1.6.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/libgsasl/0.2.21/libgsasl-0.2.21-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/imaging/1.1.6/Imaging-1.1.6-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/ilmbase/1.0.1/ilmbase-1.0.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/soundtouch/1.3.1/soundtouch-1.3.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./deps/dvd-slideshow/0.8.0-1/dvd-slideshow-0.8.0_1-noarch-1vl60.tlz
./deps/VCO-plugins/0.3.0/VCO-plugins-0.3.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Plugins/caps-0.4.2/caps-0.4.2-i386-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/kino/1.1.1/kino-1.1.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/muse/0.9/muse-0.9-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/audacity/1.3.3/audacity-1.3.3-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/qjackctl/0.31a/qjackctl-0.3.1a-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/bitmeter/1.2/bitmeter-1.2-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/gtick/0.4.1/gtick-0.4.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/jamin/0.95.0/jamin-0.95.0-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/mixxx/1.5.0.1/mixxx-1.5.0.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/sweep/0.9.2/sweep-0.9.2-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/wired/0.5.1/wired-0.5.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/terminatorX/3.82/terminatorX-3.82-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/jack-rack/1.4.6/jack-rack-1.4.6-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/avidemux/avidemux-2.4-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/ardour/2.1/ardour-2.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/denemo/0.7.6/denemo-0.7.6-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/jackbeat/0.6.1/jackbeat-0.6.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/jackEQ/0.4.1/jackEQ-0.4.1-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/jdelay/noversion/jdelay-noversion-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/mandvd/2.4/mandvd-2.4-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/vkeybd/0.1.17a/vkeybd-0.1.17a-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/hydrogen/0.9.3/hydrogen-0.9.3-i686-1vl60.tlz
./Programs/mhwaveedit/1.4.1/mhwaveedit-1.4.13-i686-1vl60.tlz

I'll post some cool screen shots sometime here but when I actually release the first beta I'll need some help taking screen shots. I can't take them all myself. Keep a look out sometime this next week!
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« Reply #54 on: November 10, 2007, 08:13:14 am »

Will this be compatible to VL 5.9?
'Cause that would be a nice addition to the new release..
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« Reply #55 on: November 10, 2007, 08:15:36 am »

Actually it was built on 5.9. And I have my build environment set up to make it extremely easy to rebuild everything on future releases.

EDIT: I need some suggestions on video programs. I was amazed as I started packaging how many cool audio programs/plugins/stuff was out there for Linux. However, I couldn't find nearly as many video/dvd programs. I need people to give me the names to some video programs that aren't already on the list. Thanks!
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« Reply #56 on: November 10, 2007, 10:59:16 am »

Okay, for those of you who don't know what this Multimedia Bonus Disc is, here's a description along with some screenshots.

Prior to this bonus disc, it was very frustrating and difficult to find and install the programs needed to edit video and audio and create DVDs. Built upon the sleek and stable Vector Linux 5.9, the Multimedia Bonus Disc solves all your multimedia problems and provides the perfect platform for video and audio production. Gone are the days of searching through forums trying to find a program to just create a DVD. Now all the programs you need are installed at once and are available at a click.

This is what the Multimedia menu looks like after installing what I've done so far  Grin :


Ardour: Digital Audio Workstation




Kino: Non linear Video Editor




ManDVD: Easy DVD creation program








Audacity: Audio Editor

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« Reply #57 on: November 11, 2007, 04:22:57 am »

Wow, this looks really awesome! Great idea!

If I have the time in the near future I will help you search for even more programs you could include.
(Ardour looks like a nice audio tool, didn't know that yet)

A little note on the menu, maybe it would be nice to group the applications by their purposes. Something like: Audio / Video / ....

Once this is out, I'm really going to give it a try. Always wanted to play with sound, but didn't had the capabilties to set everything up correctly.

Are there any KDE dependencies? Maybe you could write the version numbers of the programs you included.
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« Reply #58 on: November 11, 2007, 08:54:40 am »

Are there any KDE dependencies? Maybe you could write the version numbers of the programs you included.

There aren't any KDE deps yet. I skipped the ones that do. All the programs are the latest and if you look at my post with the list of packages, you'll see the versions.
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« Reply #59 on: November 15, 2007, 12:40:17 am »

The first Alpha of the bonus disc is here: http://vectorlinux.osuosl.org/Uelsk8s/old-pkgs/MeidaBonusDisc-Alpha1.iso
It works well for me here on RC1.3
Nice Job!!

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