ITP: cinelerra (which used to be called Broadcast 2000)
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- Subject: ITP: cinelerra (which used to be called Broadcast 2000)
- From: Jamie Wilkinson <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 00:16:20 +1000
- Message-id: <20020923141620.GA30522@spacepants.org>
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retitle 78209 ITP: cinelerra (used to be Broadcast 2000)
[CC'd the contributors to the original 2 ITPs filed on broadcast2000]
[CC'd -devel to let everyone know what's happening]
[CC'd -legal for the add-on clause to the GPL]
The group at Heroine Warriors have released Cinelerra 1.0, which is
based on the earlier Broadcast 2000.
* Package name : cinelerra
Version : 1.0
Upstream Authors : Heroine Warriors <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* URL : http://www.heroinewarrior.com/cinelerra.php3
* License : GPL (debian-legal, see below)
Description : an advanced compositing and editing system
Cinelerra combines most of the basic functions needed to produce motion
pictures with a capable compositing system. Advanced editing, YUV
compositing, and realtime effects are some of the things Cinelerra does.
Cinelerra's 16 bit YUV compositing engine has been optimized for multiple
CPU's, reduces generation loss, and significantly reduces compression time.
Capturing from IEEE1394, Video4Linux, Motion JPEG, and screenshots is
There has been no activity on this bug since the last person who was
interested posted on 15th of August 2001. It's been over a year. I intend
to wade through the mess of cinelerra's build system, come up with some
packages and actually upload them into Debian.
NOTE TO -legal: The code is released under the GPL, but with the following
In addition to the GPL's warranty stipulation, Heroine Virtual Package is
distributed WITHOUT GUARANTEED SUPPORT; without even the guarantee of
(The Heroine Virtual Package they refer to is the massive source tarball.)
I believe this is still compliant with the DFSG, it doesn't place any
restrictions on use or modification or distribution of the code.