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Rename PiTiVi to Pitivi

This improves our branding, which is a surefire way to world domination.

Also update the source code file headers to drop the "non-linear" term,
as it is an anachronism. With software nowadays, any video editor is non-linear,
so that term is redundant.

Dropping the "camel case" fixes bug #705756
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-PiTiVi GES version
+Pitivi GES version
Now with half the codebase and twice the power
2012 - ...
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
- PiTiVi , Non-linear video editor
+ Pitivi video editor
Copyright (c) 2005, Edward Hervey <bilboed@bilboed.com>
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-PiTiVi is a video editor built upon the GStreamer Editing Services.
+Pitivi is a video editor built upon the GStreamer Editing Services.
It aims to be an intuitive and flexible application
that can appeal to newbies and professionals alike.
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@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ Dependencies/requirements have been unchanged since the 0.15 release.
* frei0r for the transformation feature
* Numpy for the auto aligner feature
-The PiTiVi team recommends satisfying those dependencies as much as possible
+The Pitivi team recommends satisfying those dependencies as much as possible
for an optimal user experience.
* Contributors
@@ -53,18 +53,18 @@ for an optimal user experience.
* Download
- PiTiVi source tarballs are available on gnome FTP:
+ Pitivi source tarballs are available on gnome FTP:
http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/pitivi/0.15/
See the website for distribution-specific packages.
* Information and Feedback
- * Information for users and developers can be found on the PiTiVi website :
+ * Information for users and developers can be found on the Pitivi website :
http://www.pitivi.org/
* Comments and feedback are welcome.
* Mailing-list : pitivi-pitivi@lists.sourceforge.net
- * PiTiVi bug-tracker : http://bugzilla.gnome.org/browse.cgi?product=pitivi
+ * Pitivi bug-tracker : http://bugzilla.gnome.org/browse.cgi?product=pitivi
* Bugs Fixed
@@ -376,7 +376,7 @@ if [ "$ready_to_run" != "1" ]; then
cd ..
done
- # And obviously ... PiTiVi itself
+ # And obviously ... Pitivi itself
if test ! -d $PITIVI/pitivi; then
git clone git://git.gnome.org/pitivi
fi
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@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#!/usr/bin/env python2
-# PiTiVi , Non-linear video editor
+# Pitivi video editor
#
# pitivi
#
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@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ dnl Note for packagers: see pitivi/check.py for the dependencies
dnl initialize autoconf
dnl when going to/from release please set the nano (fourth number) right !
dnl releases only do Wall, cvs and prerelease does Werror too
-AC_INIT(PiTiVi, 0.15.2,
+AC_INIT(Pitivi, 0.15.2,
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/browse.cgi?product=pitivi,
pitivi)
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
<property name="visible">True</property>
<property name="can_focus">False</property>
<property name="xalign">0</property>
- <property name="label" translatable="yes">To enable additional features, please install the following packages and restart PiTiVi:</property>
+ <property name="label" translatable="yes">To enable additional features, please install the following packages and restart Pitivi:</property>
<property name="wrap">True</property>
</object>
<packing>
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@
<object class="GtkLabel" id="restartWarning_label">
<property name="visible">True</property>
<property name="can_focus">False</property>
- <property name="label" translatable="yes">Some changes will not take effect until you restart PiTiVi</property>
+ <property name="label" translatable="yes">Some changes will not take effect until you restart Pitivi</property>
<property name="wrap">True</property>
</object>
<packing>
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-Hacking on PiTiVi
+Hacking on Pitivi
* Coding Style Guide
--------------------
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
Timeline view design document (c) 2005 Edward Hervey
-* How is the timeline handled in PiTiVi ?
+* How is the timeline handled in Pitivi ?
The timeline follows the "View - Model - Data" design.
_ Data is the gnonlin timeline (GnlTimeline)
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@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ GES:
total: 20 to 30 days
-PiTiVi:
+Pitivi:
Critical
========
@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ PiTiVi:
-> Implement properly rendering:
=> 2 days DONE:
- -> Remove ALL references to the old PiTiVi core
+ -> Remove ALL references to the old Pitivi core
=> 1 day left
> Handle project settings:
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@@ -26,8 +26,8 @@
<p>This user manual is written and maintained by Jean-François Fortin Tam.</p>
<section>
<title>Work in progress</title>
- <p>You may encounter unwritten portions due to features that have not yet been implemented in PiTiVi at the time of writing.</p>
- <p>You may also encounter smaller areas which have been documented in this manual but have not been implemented in PiTiVi – those are areas where the design and expected user interaction are quite narrow/certain.</p>
+ <p>You may encounter unwritten portions due to features that have not yet been implemented in Pitivi at the time of writing.</p>
+ <p>You may also encounter smaller areas which have been documented in this manual but have not been implemented in Pitivi – those are areas where the design and expected user interaction are quite narrow/certain.</p>
</section>
<section>
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
<p>To do a crossfade between two clips on the same layer, simply drag one of the clips onto the other so that it overlaps. The overlapping region will be used for transitions (crossfade by default) between the two clips. You can adjust the length of the transition by moving or trimming the clips.</p>
<note>
- <p>Crossfades are achieved using <app>PiTiVi</app>'s video mixing features, which use keyframes to control the opacity of clips.</p>
+ <p>Crossfades are achieved using <app>Pitivi</app>'s video mixing features, which use keyframes to control the opacity of clips.</p>
<p>This also means that if you set opacity keyframes for that clip, they will be taken into account for the crossfade.</p>
</note>
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@@ -19,9 +19,9 @@
<title>Introduction to effects</title>
- <p><app>PiTiVi</app> offers a wide variety of video and audio effects to spice up your movies. Effects are non destructive: they are only applied to the resulting rendered movie and do not affect your source files.</p>
+ <p><app>Pitivi</app> offers a wide variety of video and audio effects to spice up your movies. Effects are non destructive: they are only applied to the resulting rendered movie and do not affect your source files.</p>
<note style="important">
- <p>Available effects depend on the software installed on your computer. If you don't see anything (or only a handful of effects) in <app>PiTiVi</app>'s effect library, make sure that the following are installed on your system:</p>
+ <p>Available effects depend on the software installed on your computer. If you don't see anything (or only a handful of effects) in <app>Pitivi</app>'s effect library, make sure that the following are installed on your system:</p>
<list>
<item><p>The <link xref="gstreamer">appropriate GStreamer plugins</link></p></item>
<item><p>frei0r-plugins</p></item>
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
<title>Fade-ins and fade-outs</title>
- <p>You can do “fades” of single clip by using <app>PiTiVi</app>'s video mixing capabilities, which relies on keyframes controlling each clip's opacity (see also: <link xref="layers">Understanding layers</link>).</p>
+ <p>You can do “fades” of single clip by using <app>Pitivi</app>'s video mixing capabilities, which relies on keyframes controlling each clip's opacity (see also: <link xref="layers">Understanding layers</link>).</p>
<p>To fade a clip to black:</p>
<steps>
<item>
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
<title>Gstreamer and compatibility</title>
- <p>A great strength in <app>PiTiVi</app> lies in its use of the <app>GStreamer</app> multimedia framework. <app>GStreamer</app> is used by dozens of multimedia applications across desktop environments, operating systems and architectures.</p>
+ <p>A great strength in <app>Pitivi</app> lies in its use of the <app>GStreamer</app> multimedia framework. <app>GStreamer</app> is used by dozens of multimedia applications across desktop environments, operating systems and architectures.</p>
<p>This essentially means three things to you, the user:</p>
<list>
<item>
@@ -34,13 +34,13 @@
<p>You can render your projects using any supported container and codec combination from <app>GStreamer</app>.</p>
</item>
<item>
- <p>You need a very recent version of <app>GStreamer</app> to maximize <app>PiTiVi's</app> capabilities and reduce the possibilities of bugs. This is because the <app>PiTiVi</app> project developers work hard in fixing problems directly in <app>GStreamer</app> (instead of putting temporary workarounds inside <app>PiTiVi</app>).</p>
+ <p>You need a very recent version of <app>GStreamer</app> to maximize <app>Pitivi's</app> capabilities and reduce the possibilities of bugs. This is because the <app>Pitivi</app> project developers work hard in fixing problems directly in <app>GStreamer</app> (instead of putting temporary workarounds inside <app>Pitivi</app>).</p>
</item>
</list>
<section>
<title>A word about editing-friendly codecs</title>
- <p>Some formats, like <em>MPEG</em>, are oriented towards playback only, and do not compress each frame independently. While it is the goal of <app>PiTiVi</app> to support working with these files, certain operations (like rapid seeking) will not perform as well as they would with frame-independent compressed video (such as <em>MJPEG</em> or <em>DV</em>).</p>
+ <p>Some formats, like <em>MPEG</em>, are oriented towards playback only, and do not compress each frame independently. While it is the goal of <app>Pitivi</app> to support working with these files, certain operations (like rapid seeking) will not perform as well as they would with frame-independent compressed video (such as <em>MJPEG</em> or <em>DV</em>).</p>
</section>
<section>
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
<title>Getting media</title>
- <p>At the time of this writing, the only supported method is importing files from your hard drive. As such, you cannot use <app>PiTiVi</app> to capture directly from a camcorder. For DV/HDV camcorders using an IEEE 1394 connection, you may use <app>Kino</app> or <app>dvgrab</app> to capture footage.</p>
+ <p>At the time of this writing, the only supported method is importing files from your hard drive. As such, you cannot use <app>Pitivi</app> to capture directly from a camcorder. For DV/HDV camcorders using an IEEE 1394 connection, you may use <app>Kino</app> or <app>dvgrab</app> to capture footage.</p>
<note>
<p>We would welcome good quality patches to implement the following:</p>
<list>
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@
</section>
<section>
<title>Using drag and drop</title>
- <p>The concept of drag and drop is a well-established method of bridging the gap between software applications. Simply select the files you want to import in another application (such as a file manager or a multimedia app) and drag them with your mouse onto <app>PiTiVi</app>'s <gui>Media Library</gui>.</p>
+ <p>The concept of drag and drop is a well-established method of bridging the gap between software applications. Simply select the files you want to import in another application (such as a file manager or a multimedia app) and drag them with your mouse onto <app>Pitivi</app>'s <gui>Media Library</gui>.</p>
<p>This feature can be used to:</p>
<list>
<item>
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
<email>nekohayo@gmail.com</email>
</credit>
<desc>
- How to convert .mts and .m2ts files to a format that can be parsed by GStreamer and PiTiVi.
+ How to convert .mts and .m2ts files to a format that can be parsed by GStreamer and Pitivi.
</desc>
<license>
<p>Creative Commons Share Alike 3.0</p>
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@@ -4,8 +4,8 @@
id="index">
<info>
- <title type="link">PiTiVi Quick Start Manual</title>
- <title type="text">PiTiVi Quick Start Manual</title>
+ <title type="link">Pitivi Quick Start Manual</title>
+ <title type="text">Pitivi Quick Start Manual</title>
<revision pkgversion="0.14.0" version="0.2" date="2011-06-05" status="complete"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>Jean-François Fortin Tam</name>
@@ -21,11 +21,11 @@
</info>
<title>
- <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/logo.png">PiTiVi logo</media>
- PiTiVi Video Editor
+ <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/logo.png">Pitivi logo</media>
+ Pitivi Video Editor
</title>
- <p>Built upon the <link href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GStreamer"><app>GStreamer</app></link> multimedia framework, <app>PiTiVi</app> aims to be an intuitive and flexible video editor that integrates well with <link href="http://gnome.org"><app>GNOME</app></link> and can appeal to newbies and professionals alike.</p>
+ <p>Built upon the <link href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GStreamer"><app>GStreamer</app></link> multimedia framework, <app>Pitivi</app> aims to be an intuitive and flexible video editor that integrates well with <link href="http://gnome.org"><app>GNOME</app></link> and can appeal to newbies and professionals alike.</p>
<p>This guide is intended to help you grasp the concepts behind its design and get productive quickly.</p>
<section id="intro" style="2column">
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@
<item><p>Pressing the <key>Insert</key> (Ins) key. Those clips will be inserted at the end of the timeline.</p></item>
</list>
<note style="bug">
- <p>It should also be possible to import files directly into the timeline by dragging them from another application and dropping them onto <app>PiTiVi</app>'s timeline. The files would be added automatically to the media library in the process. This feature is not yet implemented, see <link href="https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=608682">bug #570118</link> for more information.</p>
+ <p>It should also be possible to import files directly into the timeline by dragging them from another application and dropping them onto <app>Pitivi</app>'s timeline. The files would be added automatically to the media library in the process. This feature is not yet implemented, see <link href="https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=608682">bug #570118</link> for more information.</p>
</note>
</page>
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
<title>Keyframe curves</title>
- <p>Some types of clips (currently only audio clips) support interpolating property values over their time. The user can add one or more <em>keyframes</em> to control the interpolation, a term borrowed from animation. <app>PiTiVi</app> represents the value of the property in between keyframes as a <em>curve</em> drawn over the clip. Currently only linear interpolation is supported.</p>
+ <p>Some types of clips (currently only audio clips) support interpolating property values over their time. The user can add one or more <em>keyframes</em> to control the interpolation, a term borrowed from animation. <app>Pitivi</app> represents the value of the property in between keyframes as a <em>curve</em> drawn over the clip. Currently only linear interpolation is supported.</p>
<figure>
<media type="image" src="figures/keyframecurves.png" mime="image/png" style="right"></media>
</figure>
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<section>
<title>How this translates in terms of user interface</title>
<p>While, in real life, you can stack pieces of glass onto each other in three dimensions, your computer monitor only has two dimensions. Thus, the <em>layers on top</em> (the “Z” axis in the physical world) are also visually <em>on top</em>, albeit on the “Y” axis.</p>
- <p>The following diagram illustrates the <em>pieces of glass</em> (left) and how they are show as <em>layers</em> in <app>PiTiVi</app>'s user interface (right).</p>
+ <p>The following diagram illustrates the <em>pieces of glass</em> (left) and how they are show as <em>layers</em> in <app>Pitivi</app>'s user interface (right).</p>
<figure>
<media type="image" src="figures/layers.png" mime="image/png" style="right"></media>
</figure>
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
<section>
<title>Adding and removing layers</title>
- <p>Layers are created and removed automatically. There is no “layer management” interface in <app>PiTiVi</app> (at least, not yet).</p>
+ <p>Layers are created and removed automatically. There is no “layer management” interface in <app>Pitivi</app> (at least, not yet).</p>
<p>To create a layer, drag a clip downwards until a new layer appears for it.</p>
<p>If there are no more clips on a layer, it is automatically removed. Thus, to remove a layer, simply drag its clips upwards onto another layer.</p>
</section>
@@ -23,8 +23,8 @@
<title>The main window</title>
<figure>
- <title><app>PiTiVi</app> main window</title>
- <desc>The main window, as the name implies, is the window containing the main components of the <app>PiTiVi</app> user interface, namely: the menu bar, the toolbars, the timeline and various customizable components (media library, previewer, effects library, transitions library, etc.).</desc>
+ <title><app>Pitivi</app> main window</title>
+ <desc>The main window, as the name implies, is the window containing the main components of the <app>Pitivi</app> user interface, namely: the menu bar, the toolbars, the timeline and various customizable components (media library, previewer, effects library, transitions library, etc.).</desc>
<media type="image" src="figures/mainwindow.jpg" mime="image/jpg" style="right">
</media>
</figure>
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@
<section>
<title>The toolbars</title>
- <p>Toolbars provide access to the most commonly used functions of <app>PiTiVi</app>. All items in toolbars can also be accessed through the menu bar. Toolbars can be activated or deactivated in the <gui>View</gui> menu.</p>
+ <p>Toolbars provide access to the most commonly used functions of <app>Pitivi</app>. All items in toolbars can also be accessed through the menu bar. Toolbars can be activated or deactivated in the <gui>View</gui> menu.</p>
<p>You can hover the mouse cursor over a toolbar item to reveal an information tooltip regarding its function.</p>
<figure>
<media type="image" src="figures/hovering.png" mime="image/png" style="right"></media>
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@
<section>
<title>Selecting a single item</title>
- <p>To select a file or a clip in <app>PiTiVi</app>, click it.</p>
+ <p>To select a file or a clip in <app>Pitivi</app>, click it.</p>
</section>
<section>
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