Lots of thanks to everyone for suggestions for the Adobe CC alternatives list.
Here it is, let me know if there's anything you want added/corrected:
(Natron looks good too but it seems to be no longer maintained, and its official website's certificate has expired.)
@switchingsocial 508 Resource Limit Is Reached :)
Shit! As a professional CGI Artist, Natron was a copy of a professional software that I really wanted. ^^
@switchingsocial It looks great! Thank you so much for putting it together. ^^
@switchingsocial Here's a report (interview to the developers) from the LibreGraphicsWorld guys they made last November about Natron: http://libregraphicsworld.org/blog/entry/the-demise-of-natron
@switchingsocial Although not #opensource there is Davinci Resolve which is truly a replacement for Adobe Premiere to the point it can do colour correcting, closed captions and even work with industry codecs such as .mxf
https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/ It works on all 3 major OSs as well:) Free for up to 2K resolution, can be downloaded by registering although you can make it up, it only initiates the download.
The full version is only $299, no subscription.
It's more like a replacement for Premiere, Audition, After Effects AND Media Encoder all in one now that it comes with Fairlight and Fusion built in.
Unfortunately the open source alternatives have a long way to go in comparison. It's really hard to use anything else when you've gotten used to Resolve, it's that good!
@switchingsocial and @Qanno The demise of Natron http://libregraphicsworld.org/blog/entry/the-demise-of-natron
@switchingsocial Worth to mention that Kdenlive, Shotcut and Flowblade are all based on the MLT multimedia framework, so their capabilities are close, but their UI and workflow are a bit different.
I don't get a redirect, just a warning about the certificate being expired :/
@switchingsocial which URL?
Oh, now I get it. The link you posted was HTTP, so it never even tried to use the certificate, but the wikipedia link is HTTPS.
@switchingsocial oh I see it now, thanks for pointing it out. I'll see if we can get that resolved.
I would say that Pitivi, Flowblade, and Cinelerra (and forks)
@switchingsocial how about alternatives for audio/podcasting?
I forgot to add any audio :O
Has anyone got any recommendations?
@switchingsocial maybe also alternatives to android/apple? (Controversial, I know)
@Joe @switchingsocial Yeah, in that case probably Ardour. I still use Pro Tools personally (more music stuff than podcasts), but there are a couple other open source ones listed here I hadn't heard of:
I *have* mixed a track in Ardour, but it's not Ardour that's the problem - it's JACK.
Maybe Ardour on macOS is better because honestly, Apple got things *right* with CoreAudio; Pulseaudio and JACK are atrocious by comparison.
But for FLOSS on Linux, I'm not sure.
@Joe @switchingsocial Checking https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_audio_player_software#Protocol_abilities things seem to point to Amarok:
Apparently better podcast support is on their roadmap, for the next version:
Funkwhale instances accept one or multiple users. If you join an existing instance, like https://open.audio, you'd have to request some storage space to upload your work.
If you set up your own instance, you can of course do what you want, but regardless of your choice, if you share your work publicly, it will be eventually federated to other instance, and embeddable via an Iframe on third-party websites
mastodon.at is a microblogging site that federates with most instances on the Fediverse.