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(Natron looks good too but it seems to be no longer maintained, and its official website's certificate has expired.)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.
@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.
@switchingsocial Olive Editor is a p great FOSS hardware accelerated editor, great alternative to use premiere pro and it borrows UI layouts and such from premiere pro, making it easy to transition to.
@switchingsocial have you run across a good Acrobat (not reader) alt?
I use acrobat 7 at the moment to make fillable character sheets for RPGs. I haven't run across anything that can make the form fields.
@Nikon Scribus and Libre Office Writer can do it.
Here's some instructions for LO: https://www.maketecheasier.com/create-a-pdf-with-fillable-forms-in-libreoffice/
@switchingsocial I'm pretty sure it is still maintained but just needs more developers the way the github reads.
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