LIVES is a powerful video editor which joins others of those available for Linux, free and open source, such as Cinelerra or OpenShot. Also, with the installation method that we will show in this article you will see that getting it for Ubuntu or any of its derivatives is very simple.
LIVES is, as we said before, a tool very powerful and very easy to use, And also has capabilities that make it an ideal program for video games. With LIVES you can combine real-time rendered effects, streams and multiple audio and video files, and from there export to more than 50 different formats.
This is a download that does not weigh much, but that it contains quite a few advanced features. LIVES is, in essence, part editor and part tool for VJs, and in addition its functionality can be increased by connectors of open standard such as RFXs.
One of the main features of Lives is that allows you to start working with video from minute zero, Without the user having to worry about the sizes of the frames, By the number of frames per second they make up an image, nor by the formats. The program will allow you to do whatever you want as long as your extensible capabilities allow it.
As for the audio formats you can work with on Lives, the program supports it mp3, ogg, mod, xm and wav. You will also be able to export music tracks directly from a CD, and because of their VJ orientation you have a multitude of opinions to process and work with the sound at your fingertips.
As to install LIVES it couldn’t be simpler. You already know the method more than enough: Add a PPA to the repositories, resynchronize them and install the package. To do this, open a terminal and execute these commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/apps sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install lives
And in this simple way you can have lives installed on your computer. If you dare to try leave us a comment with your experience.