Mostly usability work on Pitivi's user interface. Don't base yourself on this repo, use git.gnome.org/pitivi instead!
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bin bin: Set GST_PRESET_PATH in pitivi-git-environment Nov 7, 2015
common @ 888e0a2 Revert "Update Simplified Chinese translation." Nov 8, 2010
data Fix the modality of the Welcome/Startup assistant Nov 18, 2015
docs docs/release: Correct the tarball download URLs Dec 6, 2014
help Fixed typo in translation filename Mar 8, 2015
m4 Port Pitivi to Python 3 Apr 2, 2014
pitivi mediafilespreviewer: When the preview ends, set player state to PAUSED Nov 19, 2015
po Updated Portuguese translation Nov 16, 2015
tests tests: Port to standard unittest.mock Nov 19, 2015
win32 autopep8 WORKS, let's just use it! Nov 15, 2014
.arcconfig Update .arcconfig Oct 23, 2015
.gitignore Add prebuilt/ to gitignore Oct 23, 2015
.gitmodules Use gstreamer common submodule now that they've switched Mar 19, 2009
AUTHORS Correct the list of maintainers Nov 14, 2015
COPYING Rename PiTiVi to Pitivi Sep 14, 2013
MAINTAINERS Releasing Pitivi 0.91 "Charming Defects" Sep 29, 2013
Makefile.am Port Pitivi to Python 3 Apr 2, 2014
NEWS Releasing Pitivi 0.95 "Enfant suisse" Nov 19, 2015
README Rename PiTiVi to Pitivi Sep 14, 2013
RELEASE Releasing Pitivi 0.95 "Enfant suisse" Nov 19, 2015
autogen.sh Port Pitivi to Python 3 Apr 2, 2014
configure.ac Releasing Pitivi 0.95 "Enfant suisse" Nov 19, 2015
intltool-extract.in * ABOUT-NLS: Aug 14, 2006
intltool-merge.in * ABOUT-NLS: Aug 14, 2006
intltool-update.in * ABOUT-NLS: Aug 14, 2006
pitivi.doap Correct the list of maintainers Nov 14, 2015
pitivi.xml Rename PiTiVi to Pitivi Sep 14, 2013
pre-commit.hook Encourage developers to use autopep8 Nov 15, 2014

README

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.

For the list of dependencies, look at pitivi/check.py
- "Hard" dependencies are required for Pitivi to function properly
- "Soft" dependencies are recommended for an optimal user experience
  (packagers should add them as recommended or required packages).

Your involvement is what keeps this project moving forward.
See the "contributing" section of http://www.pitivi.org to get started.