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Kdenlive 0.7, for KDE 4

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| Kdenlive is a non-linear video editing suite for KDE. A new version 0.7, 
| released today, is the first release for KDE 4. 


An Introduction To OSC

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| For some musical purposes MIDI's capabilities are quite sufficient. However, 
| other musical purposes are served not so well by MIDI, and its limitations 
| can restrict expressive possibilities. OSC effectively removes those 
| limitations. I'd like to see OSC implemented as widely as MIDI, so if you're 
| an audio applications developer I hope you'll consider adding OSC support to 
| your software.     



Hollywood, Linux, and CinePaint at FOSDEM 2008

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| At first, studios had no choice but to develop Linux applications in house. 
| The film industry has millions of lines of Linux code, both desktop 
| applications and server pipelines. Studio Linux programmers write code in 
| C++, Python, Perl, and Java. What does all this secret proprietary Linux code 
| do? And, why do they do parallel programming with grid computing? How does 
| the film industry use renderfarms with thousands of CPUs?     


DreamWorks wins an award for its innovative use of Linux

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| Behind that effort sits Ed Leonard, chief technology officer at DreamWorks, 
| who has been recognized for his work with an Annie Award for "promoting the 
| Linux open system for animation in animation studios and gaming software 
| development."   


Linux Goes Hollywood With New Terra Soft Film Rendering Tool

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| Y-Film is a product formed from two separate applications. The first is a 
| cluster construction suite supported by Terra Soft's Y-HPC platform. The 
| second is the Artist Productivity and Asset Management Tools developed by 
| Scott Frankel, president and VFX supervisor at Circle-S Studios and the lead 
| developer of Y-Film. The tool set runs on x86 Linux, Power Linux and Mac OS 
| X.     


Linux in Hollywood


Studios Using Linux

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|     * Digital Domain
|     * Disney
|     * Double Negative
|     * DreamWorks Animation
|     * Flash Film Works
|     * Hammerhead
|     * Industrial Light & Magic
|     * Moving Picture Company
|     * Pixar
|     * Rhythm & Hues
|     * Sony Pictures
|     * Tippett
|     * Weta Digital 


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| "Linux is the default operating [system] on desktops and servers at major
| animation and visual effects studios, with maybe 98 percent [or more]
| penetration," CinePaint Project Manager Robin Rowe told LinuxInsider.

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