Novacut is a new Linux powered video-editing software system that provides for online and offline collaborative video-editing tools and workflow. It is open-source and free, available at http://novacut.com. The initial target is small indie filmmakers who need a fast efficient method for a web series or low budget film. People who have the flexibility to use a new program and build a work flow around Novacut. Eventually, Novacut plans to replace Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe Premiere and every other video-editing systems by providing better, faster and more advanced video-editing tools by being free and open source. Their business model is in the optional video distribution system that can go with the software.
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Mathieu Poirier talks about how Android came up on the ST-Ericsson A9500 Snowball platform.
RK3066 is ready for Google GMS on Android 4.0.4
– Android CTS ALL PASSED
– Google WIDEVINE DRM Supported
– OTA (over-the-air) Update Supported
Jon Masters is in charge of Red Hat Fedora on ARM, he’s at Linaro Connect to discuss Linux on ARM Bootloaders and other Linux on ARM issues.
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The 3U rackmount chassis has 48 ARM servers with a total of 192 processor cores, with each ARM server drawing a maximum of 15 watts of power. Each server uses Marvell’s quad-core Armada XP 78460 chip, which runs at 1.6GHz, and has error correction features, networking and storage components.
- See what cloud can do! Dell unveils ARM servers (gigaom.com)
Paul McKenney talks about the ARM big.LITTLE Linux kernel work.
Noritsuna Imamura of OESF hacks a heart rate sensor for Android and Akira Tsukamoto reaches out to open source developers at Linaro in Japan.
This Boxchip based HDMI stick has been talked about over the past couple weeks on some blogs under the names MK802, Zero Devices Z802 etc. The Bill of Materials for this device might be as low as $20 but it’s being sold at around $70 at retail at the moment. Here’s a link to buy it for $70 on Amazon: http://amzn.to/MVjdxQ
- $74 PC-on-the-go released, ICS on board (thegadgetsite.com)
- A $74 micro PC ‘MK802′ runs Android 4.0 and Linux (ibnlive.in.com)
- 74 USD AllWinner A10 Android 4.0 Mini PC (electronics-lab.com)
- $74 Android PC on a Stick Sells Out, Stock to Return in June (hothardware.com)
- New $74 Android mini computer is slightly larger than a thumb drive (arstechnica.com)
- $74 MK802 Android micro-PC take on the Cotton Candy, RasPi (geek.com)
- $74 Android 4.0 powered PC on a stick goes on sale (electronista.com)
- $74 PC on a USB Stick Sold Out (for Now) (scientificamerican.com)
- $74 MK802 PC-on-a-stick beats Cotton Candy to market, has ICS on board (engadget.com)
Bernhard Rosenkränzer (bero on IRC) works on the Toolchain for Linaro Android. In this video, he talks to Zach Pfeffer Linaro’s Android Tech Lead about the work being done on the Linaro Android Toolchain.
ST-Ericsson ramps up their work with Linaro. Patrik Klinger, Program Manager at ST-Ericsson talks to Zach Pfeffer Linaro’s Android Tech Lead about ST-Ericsson’s work with Linaro to improve development on the ST-Ericsson A9500 Snowball development platform.