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The Digital Tipping Point: Free film made with free tools

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Christian Einfeldt is producing a documentary movie called the Digital Tipping Point about how free software is changing global culture. He is releasing all of his footage under a free license, and is inviting participants to grab the video and use it to tell stories about how free software has changed their lives. He also wants the film to be produced using only free software tools.

Christian makes a great point -- There are many free software video editing tools out there: Kino, Cinelerra, AVIDemux, Kdenlive, LiVES, Lumiera, as well as PiTiVi and the Open Movie Editor. But video editing remains an area considered by many users to be an obstacle to switching to a fully free operating system.

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