July 1, 2016 by Daniel P. Clark

5+ Linux Video Editing Tool Tips

Finding a video editor in Linux that isn’t severely handicapped or come with an extreme learning curve is difficult.  But this article isn’t about fancy video editors.  As it turns out many of the things you need to get done are easiest with a few command-line tools.  The packages you’ll want to install are mpv,…

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July 25, 2015 by Daniel P. Clark

Play HD Youtube from the Raspberry Pi Command Line

Quick tip for most Linux distros.  You can just use the mpv player to play a Youtube video from the command line.  It’s a take off on mplayer2, and it has quvi built in.  Unfortunately it’s not available for the Raspberry Pi architecture. Now the Raspberry Pi has some pretty good graphics built in.  But…

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Value

May 17, 2014 by Daniel P. Clark

Freelancer; What’s your price?

In this day and age price point is a big question for many; both for those who are new in the field, and even the veterans who make an effort to stay up to date with the trends. What it comes down to are these factors: Market Research, Supply vs Demand, Quality, Niche, Qualifications, Estimated…

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March 6, 2013 by Daniel P. Clark

From KODAK PlayFull HD MP4 to DVD on Ubuntu Linux

One of the great difficulties you run into in Linux is video editing.  And what I mean by that is that the push and go solutions often don’t work with the formats you want to hand them. So here’s my scenario:  I recorded a church service of 1 hour and 50 minutes in 1080P.  The…

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