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    Krita 4.4 Scores Sizeable Update with Disney’s SeExpr Support

    The digital drawing program Krita scores a sizeable update with its major release Krita 4.4.

    GIMP 2.10.22 Released with AVIF Support, Improved PSP and TIFF Support

    GIMP, everyone’s favorite free image editor has been updated to version 2.10.22, a release that brings numerous enhancements, as well as some new features and bug fixes.

    Ongoing problems connecting a Canon CanoScan 4400F scanner to Linux Mint

    Linux Mint 19 "Tara" could recognize my Canon CanoScan 4400F scanner but couldn't properly communicate with it, attempts at fixing the problem led to a complete messing up of the OS, and Linux Mint 20 "Ulyana" can no longer recognize it at all.

    Now and Then: The Journey of 5 Open Source Linux Music Players

    Back in 2016, we carried a feature looking at 5 music software that were highly promising. The five music programs are qomp, Lollypop, Yarock, Pragha, and Volumio. How did these 5 music players fare over the last 4 years? Did they see a stable release, were they able to capture any market share at all, or are they only remembered like fingerprints on an abandoned handrail?

    Musiko – cross-platform music player

    Musiko is a free to use, open source and cross platform music player. It supports a good range of audio formats including both lossy and lossless formats. Musiko uses JavaScript, Electron, VueJS, the music-metadata module and a few others.

    How to Install and Use FFmpeg on Ubuntu 20.04

    FFmpeg is a free and open-source collection of tools for handling multimedia files. It contains a set of shared audio and video libraries such as libavcodec, libavformat, and libavutil. With FFmpeg, you can convert between various video and audio formats, set sample rates, capture streaming audio/video, and resize videos. This article describes how to install FFmpeg on Ubuntu 20.04.

    Terminal Image Viewer – display images in a terminal

    Terminal Image Viewer is different from the majority of image viewers. It’s a tiny C++ program (under 650 lines of code) that displays images in a terminal by outputting RGB ANSI codes and Unicode block graphic characters.

    Install Plex Media Server on Ubuntu 20.04

    Plex is a powerful and feature-rich media streaming server that can be used to organize your video, music, and photo, and stream them to remote the remote devices from anywhere. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install Plex media server with Nginx as a reverse proxy on Ubuntu 20.04 server.

    Adobe Illustrator's open source rival Inkscape 1.0.1 arrives - with experimental Scribus PDF export

    • The Register; By Richard Speed (Posted by bob on Sep 10, 2020 1:23 PM EDT)
    • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Multimedia
    Fixes aplenty for vector graphic editor fans. Users accustomed to lengthy waits between releases will be surprised to find open-source vector graphic outfit, Inkscape, has squeezed out version 1.0.1 of its editor mere months after the version 1.0 milestone was achieved.…

    digiKam 7.1.0 is released with Canon CR3 Update and Improvements

    The digiKam team released today the digiKam 7.1.0 update to its free and open-source professional photo management and workflow software.

    Ardour 6.3 Open-Source DAW Released with New Loudness Analysis Feature

    Ardour 6.3 open-source digital audio workstation (DAW) has been released as the second maintenance update since the release of the major Ardour 6.0 series with various improvements and some new features.

    How to Install VLC Media Player on Ubuntu 20.04

    VLC is one of the most popular open-source multimedia players. It is cross-platform and can play virtually all multimedia files as well as DVDs, Audio CDs, and different streaming protocols. This article describes how to install VLC media player on Ubuntu 20.04. VLC can be installed as a snap package via the Snapcraft store or as a deb package through apt .

    Best Free Internet Radio Software

    There’s a wide range of free and open source software that lets you listen to internet radio. With so many different possibilities available it’s easy to get lost trying to find the right one for you.

    AWOW AK41 Mini Desktop PC - OBS Studio - Week 8

    • LinuxLinks.com; By LinuxLinks (Posted by sde on Aug 26, 2020 3:05 PM EDT)
    • Groups: Linux, Multimedia
    This week’s blog looks at video recording on the AWOW AK41 Mini PC. OBS Studio relies heavily on a PC's GPU. But the AWOW AK41 doesn’t have a dedicated graphics card. This Mini PC uses the Intel UHD Graphics 605, an integrated processor graphics unit from the Gemini Lake generation.

    Tune up your sound with PulseEffects: Speakers

    Audio components for your computer don’t always produce the quality of sound you want. For instance your laptop speakers may be a bit “tinny” sounding, or a set of speakers for your desktop may be too boomy for your room. Or if you use a desk or headset microphone, you may find that recordings you […]

    Edit images with Jupyter and Python

    Recently, my kid wanted to make a coloring page from a favorite cartoon. My first thought was to use one of the open source programs on Linux that manipulate images, but then I remembered I have no idea how to use any of them. Luckily, I know how to use Jupyter and Python. How hard can it be, I figured, to use Jupyter for that?

    Byte – music player designed for elementary OS

    Linux is endowed with a plethora of open source music players. And I’ve reviewed the vast majority. But I seem to keep finding interesting music players. Byte is the latest I’ve stumbled across. Byte is a GTK-based music player. It was created with the desire to make a good music player for elementary OS. It focuses on two aspects: features and design. Byte isn’t tied to elementary OS; it runs on other Linux distributions.

    Photoflare: An Open Source Image Editor for Simple Editing Needs

    Photoflare is an open source image editor that provides basic image editing features with a simple-to-use interface. Learn how to install it on Linux.

    Darktable 3.2 Open-Source RAW Image Editor Released with Major New Features

    The open-source, free and multi-platform Darktable RAW image editor received today a new update that brings major new features and improvements, along with better camera support.

    How to Install Latest MS Paint Alternative Pinta in Ubuntu and Other Linux

    The old Microsoft Paint was a great program and it was good for basic image editing in a quicker way. But like other Microsoft products, it is available for Windows only. Here comes Pinta. Pinta is an alternative to the MS Paint drawing program (mostly the latest Paint.NET) for Linux distributions. This guide explains the steps required to install the latest Pinta software in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions such as Linux Mint, Fedora, and others.

    How to Convert Video to GIF in Linux Terminal and GUI Methods

    Learn to convert videos to GIF in Linux. Both the command line and GUI methods have been discussed in this beginner’s tutorial.

    Video Trimmer: A No-nonsense, Simple Video Trimming Application for Linux Desktop

    Sometimes you just want to perform a single operation quickly, for instance — trimming a video. Video Trimmer is a dead simple tool to trim videos quickly without re-encoding it. It doesn’t do anything else other than trimming videos and that’s by design.

    AWOW AK41 Mini Desktop PC – Video and Audio – Week 3

    For this week, I’m going to look at an area very close to my heart. Multimedia. It’s a large topic to tackle. So I’ll confine this week to video and audio playback.

    HandBrake 1.3.3 Open-Source Video Converter Brings Better SSA and Flatpak Support, More

    Open-source and cross-platform HandBrake 1.3.3 video converter has been released today with several improvements and bug fixes.

    How to Install Spotify on Ubuntu 20.04

    Spotify is a digital music streaming service that gives you instant access to millions of songs, from old classics to the latest hits. This guide shows two ways of installing Spotify on Ubuntu 20.04. Spotify can be installed as a snap package via the Snapcraft store or as a deb package from the Spotify repositories. Installing Spotify on Ubuntu Linux is a relatively straightforward process and will only take a few minutes.

    Rosegarden 20.06 Open-Source MIDI and Audio Sequencer Arrives with New Features, Fixes

    Rosegarden 20.06 has been released as new update to this powerful, free and open-source MIDI and audio sequencer, musical notation editor, and musical composition and editing tool for Linux systems.

    Apps get bit animated: Android Studio 4.0 released with new Motion Editor

    Google's free IDE is high quality but doesn't remove all the annoyances of Android development Google has released Android Studio 4.0, a massive update to its IDE for mobile app development, with features like an upgraded Layout Inspector, and the brand new Build Analyzer and motion editor.…

    How to Use Lutris to Play Blu-Ray on Linux

    One of the easier way to play Blu-ray on Linux is to use Windows software through Wine. Learn how you can use Lutris to play Blu-ray on Linux.

    Blender 2.83 is here with first-ever LTS release

    Blender releases its latest major version 2.83 as a first-ever long term support release. That means you get the stability and consistency in your graphics project for a long two years.

    Tartube – Watch And Download Videos from YouTube and more

    Tartube is a GUI front-end for youtube-dl, partly based on youtube-dl-gui and written in Python 3 / Gtk 3. Tartube is free and open source software.

    How to Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Music Server with Volumio

    Turn your Raspberry Pi into a music server, where you can wirelessly stream any track from any device on your network or Spotify's catalogue.

    Ardour goes harder: v6.0 brings 'huge engineering changes' to open-source digital audio workstation

    Dev sticks with elderly GTK+2 GUI toolkit because 'we would gain nothing' by upgrading. The sound-tinkerers among you will be pleased to learn that Ardour 6.0 is out, representing a major upgrade of the open-source digital audio workstation for Linux, macOS and Windows.…

    MyPaint – Tablet Friendly Drawing Program Releases v2.0.1

    A while back in February 2020, MyPaint brought the major release of its 2.0.0 version with some massive changes which I have summarised. This current release is a bug-fix and maintenance update of the prior release and brings you a solid application with features and enhancements ironing out if any bugs remained after the major version.

    Compact 8K video encoder runs Linux on Kaby Lake

    Advantech has launched a “VEGA-8300E 8K Broadcast Video Encoder” and streaming appliance for 8Kp60, 10-bit 4:2:2 HEVC real-time encoding. The system runs Ubuntu on a 7th Gen Kaby Lake CPU and offers 2x hot-swappable SATA bays. We realize that most of you are not in the market for an 8K video encoder, but we occasionally […]

    Ardour goes harder: v6.0 brings 'huge engineering changes' to open-source digital audio workstation

    Dev sticks with elderly GTK+2 GUI toolkit because 'we would gain nothing' by upgrading. The sound-tinkerers among you will be pleased to learn that Ardour 6.0 is out, representing a major upgrade of the open-source digital audio workstation for Linux, macOS and Windows.…

    Ardour 6.0 Open-Source Digital Audio Workstation Brings Huge Engineering Changes

    Ardour 6.0 open-source, free and cross-platform digital audio workstation (DAW) is here and it’s a major update bringing huge engineering changes.

    Setting Up Arch ARM on Raspberry Pi 4 for Interactive Dance Performance

    In our work as dance and sound artists, we occasionally need to get out into the streets and perform with our interactive setup there. This is a record of the journey I took to set up Raspberry Pi 4 as a mobile machine for SuperCollider and MiniBee movement sensors.

    How to Watch Hulu on Linux

    Hulu is only gaining in popularity, but it doesn't officially support Linux. Thankfully, it's actually very simple to watch Hulu on Linux with either Firefox or Google Chrome.

    Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Streaming radio – Week 30

    I spend most of the day with some form of multimedia burbling in the background. Streaming radio over the net is often heard around my house. The RPI4 is an extremely frugal tiny machine that consumes so few watts I leave it on permanently. This makes it an ideal machine to source the radio.

    Audacity 2.4 Released with Multi-View Mode, Larger Time Toolbar, and New Effects

    Audacity 2.4 has arrived for any of your audio and music production and editing needs from this powerful, free, open-source and cross-platform audio editor software.

    Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Professionally manage your photo collection – Week 29

    • LinuxLinks.com; By LinuxLinks (Posted by sde on May 13, 2020 5:04 PM EDT)
    • Groups: ARM, Linux, Multimedia
    digiKam is billed as an advanced digital photo management program. Here’s my findings of digiKam on the Raspberry Pi 4 (“RPI4”).

    How to Add Videos to Your Kodi Library

    Kodi's library feature lets you browse your videos in a much friendlier and more visually appealing form. Kodi fetches cover artwork and descriptions for your videos, including more readable movie and show titles. It's simple to set up, and Kodi does most of the work automatically.

    How to Control Kodi From Android

    Kodi has its own remote app for Android that makes controlling your media center incredibly simple. In order to use it, all you'll need to do is configure Kodi to allow the remote, and install the app on your Android device.

    Beets – music tagger and library organizer using the MusicBrainz database

    Where does beets step in? If your music collection is in a sorry state of affairs with missing or incomplete track details, metadata, duplicate tracks, missing tracks, then beets might just fit the bill.

    How to Enable Multiple Simultaneous Audio Outputs on Pulseaudio in Linux

    Pulseaudio has a ton of features, most of which you'll probably never use, but if you do need the ability to play audio through multiple output devices at once, you're in luck. That happens to be one of Pulse's lesser known capabilities, and it even works with Bluetooth.

    Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Viewing Photos – Week 23

    This week I’m examining photo viewer software on the RPI4. There’s lots of open source photo viewers, so I focus on gThumb, feh, GPicView, and QuickViewer.

    Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Podcasts – Week 22

    Podcasts are big business. We see celebrities, influencers, journalists, academics, one man and his dog owning a microphone and mixing desk produce regular podcast shows. The quality is variable. Some are truly awesome, others are strictly an acquired taste. Podcasts are a great way of keeping up to date with the latest news, reviews, banter, gossip, to deepen your understanding of the world we live in, and much more.

    youtube-viewer – lightweight application that searches and streams videos from YouTube

    A common complaint about YouTube is that to watch the material you need to use a web browser. Fortunately, some funky developers have created applications that allow you to bypass the web-only barrier of YouTube.

    Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – OBS Studio – Week 20

    • LinuxLinks.com; By LinuxLinks (Posted by sde on Mar 13, 2020 6:28 AM EDT)
    • Groups: ARM, Linux, Multimedia
    In the field of open source video recording, my preferred application is OBS Studio. It’s definitely a wondrous class cross-platform application that’s proficient for both video recording and live streaming. Open source at its very finest. Here's my verdict of running OBS Studio on the Raspberry Pi 4.

    You-Get – downloader that scrapes the web

    You-Get is a small command-line utility to download media contents (videos, audios, images) from the web. This software lets you access material from YouTube, Youku, Niconico and a whole of other sites without ever leaving the console.

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