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Ubuntu Studio combines the Ubuntu Linux operating system with a wide range of free creative applications. In this video I install the software and demonstrate the Audacity audio editor, Yoshimi synthesizer, Hydroden drum sequencer, GIMP photo editor, Inkspace vector graphics package, Krita and MyPaint digital painting programs, Scribus DTP package, Blender 3D modeller, and the Kdenlive, OpenShot and Pitivi video editors.You can download Ubuntu Studio from: https://ubuntustudio.org/The Etcher utility I use to create a bootable USB drive is at: https://etcher.io/My previous videos on some of the creative software shown here include:Kdenlive video editor:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huZQwS1-eh4Inkscape vector graphics package:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzLy7mLGywMKrita painting package:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fX3c2wQYX6IYou may also enjoy my recent book “Digital Genesis: The Future of Computing, Robots and AI”: http://amzn.to/2C2WrA6More videos on computing and related topics can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingcomputersAnd I have another YouTube channel called ExplainingTheFuture at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingthefuture
what the os linux for this app software ? thankyou before
Sir, it’s not pronounced “youbuntu” but “oobuntu”. I should know, since it’s derived (thanks to Mark Shuttleworth) from an African term meaning “the spirit of togetherness”. “Muntu” means person in most Bantu languages. Pronunciation matters.
Cool video. I use Ubuntu studio for audio production to a pretty good standard. I would rate it as a semi professional load out.
Does it have decent tools for ripping, and tagging digital music and/or dvd video?
If this thing was made in arch Because pacman is upto date pacakge
Jesus, one cannot speak about his preference for Windows and Linux users take it as a civil war glimpse.
Great overview video of the distro. I've used Ubuntu in the past but in some time and was loooking for something to get me into video editing sans windoze.
Hello from Australia, thank you for another good teaching video on Linux, job well done.
Many thanks Chris, yes much of these I use already, I'm on a Linux machine right now typing this. The problem for me is all about music software. When I create music I like programs I'm good to go with and unfortunately most are Windows based such as Cubase, Reason, Pro Tools etc. So when I make a file that I want to record into or pass to others to record into there are platform problems, now whilst awaiting React to get full on I need to use other pc's that die regularly from being on windows systems after a time say, 7 or even 3 years so that I have to get another pc when I’ve just got used to using that one.Meanwhile my laptop on Linux Mint just carries on regardless and works perfect. I know that graphics on Linux and especially on Studio are way out there better than ever before the music software is lacking that final edge. If you're a coder reading this - please guys I'm begging, please don't make us use that other crap!!!
I like your video's no nonsense, straight to the point, I keep switching between between Linux and windows.
I enjoy your videos very much, sir. I stumbled upon your channel about a week ago, and I've been hooked ever since. What I like the most is the way you manage to present things without being condescending or biased. Other channels could learn a lot from you. Keep up the good work.
Might try this distro neat
Should be a linux Mint version 👌🏻👌🏻Neat
I tried Ubuntu Studio on a spare computer last year. It takes a little getting used to coming from Windows, and Linux doesn't support all the programs I like to use, but it's looking like a good alternative to Windows 10.I kinda hate breaking up with Microsoft after all these years, but Microsoft got weird.
I am boycotting windows on my next machine, which will be the new Bean Canyon NUC and I have decided to go with UBUNTU STUDIO. :) Thanks!
Great video. Recently I installed Linux mint to my old desktop after watching your mint video. I'm currently experimenting with Linux in preparation of building my dedicated photography/video editing pc. This looks like the operating system I will be using as it has the software I currently use (Gimp & raw therapee) plus the video editing software I intend on using. I've found your channel to be really helpful in preparation of my pc build and am eagerly awaiting part 3 of your ryzen build series.ATB Steve
Thanks for this video, I really like this distro. I probably would not have tried it without your review. It has all of my personal favorite art creation software, all ready to go in a single installation! It also has a clean and attractive desktop and themes. Fyi, I found if you install it on a laptop with a trackpad, you have to add the Synaptics touchpad package, then edit a config file to get the "tap to click" functions working again.
Really great Video 👌Thanks for the heads upI will definitely be using this OS on my new system that I'm making :)
I use an old laptop and Xubuntu (with a real-time kernel) as a guitar studio. I use gtklick as a metronome, audacity for recording, guitarix (or Rakarrack) for effects, qjacktuner, hydrogen for drum tracks (don't forget the extra drumkits!) and QjackCtl and jack_mixer for control of inputs and outputs and mixing. Add on Tuxguitar and you have a fully functional guitar studio. There are videos on YouTube about how to set all of this up. I use a Line 6 Tone Port for guitar input - through a Cry Baby wah pedal and a fuzz box (old-time but hey, it was good enough for Hendrix!) Sounds complicated but once it's set up it's just literally a case of plug and play.
How about a video recorder like from vcr/DVR to mp4 ?