On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 9:53 AM, Michael Cronenworth <mike(a)cchtml.com> wrote:
Richard Shaw wrote:
> If it just interfaces with
> separately installed codecs (from PRM Fusion or other) then why not?
In order to use openshot you must have mlt installed. mlt is the
frontend to use ffmpeg as the backend. ffmpeg is not allowed in normal
Fedora repositories for patent reasons.
Cross-repository dependencies are a big no-no. No package in Fedora
depends on packages in a third party repository.
P.S. kdenlive also uses mlt.
Oh well... I installed it remotely from work so I'll try it out
tonight. I looked at kdenlive's website and it looks like a good
program but probably more powerful than I need for basic editing of
family videos. If openshot works for my needs I'll petition for it to
be added to RPMFusion.