Live recording, camera panasonic gh1 sound synced with a Zoom h4n, lens canon fd 50mm f1.4 @ f2, software used, final cut pro for import, jes deinterlacer for 24p, to dnxhd codec, over to linux and edited in kdenlive
Audacious title, I ll let you be the judge if it applies. We did a few videos for a charity in India who cares for about 30 children and which enables them to be educated and keeps them from starving.
The videos have helped to gather a few more volunteers for the project and raised the awareness. Kdenlive devs, this is also thanks to you!
Maybe you can link to these videos from you own site to get more volunteers and supporters on board. There is more information about the project at www.sutra-ev.de availabe, website is in German and English (menus german only, each page contains a link at the bottom for english language).
Without further ado, imo kdenlives most valuable work:
The editing was far from painless, but we listed the various issues we encountered (bugs and missing features), and I'll create a topic explaining what went wrong (and all the Bug Tracker tickets that go with it).
Anyway, I hope you enjoy it, and I thank all the Kdenlive, MLT and ffmpeg developers that made such a great program possible !
Just made one test video with Kdenlive (thats third from me) and for MPEG-2 quality is just fine but with loseless video (codec ffodivx) it's more awesome then fine :)
and this software for sure is the best video editor on Linux, with most usefull effects and futures ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNGRooshapI
It's in the Vimeo 640x480 (2 pass) format in Kdenlive's Render list. Nothing special, just some NASA images sequenced with PhotoFilmStrip then edited in Kdenlive (added the Baltan effect, some visual fades, and the audio track). Btw, the shakiness of the initial images came with the MPEG created by PFS.