While looking through the Downloads section on yellowTab’s site, I noticed an updated version of their VideoEditor for download. They announced the update here in german. (Update) yT also updated their english page with the news of the new VideoEditor today.
yellowTab announced about a month ago that they would release the Pro version of their VideoEditor with ZETA Deluxe Edition, so this updated version for download includes all the filters, transitions and effects from the Pro version as well as many bug fixes.
You can find the download here. Also the icon looks nice, the People icon is directing with his little hat sitting in his director’s chair
No, those are not scorecard scores… they are ages.
BeGroovy quietly passed it’s 7th birthday 2 weeks ago (Nov 14, 1998 - damn, has it been that long?!) - we’ve sorta all been too busy with life and holidays to have any festivities (although some are planned still). Being 7 years old in this community makes one feel old. I think le Buzz is the only website still around to consider an older brother to BeGroovy. But, being this old also brings about many younger siblings to celebrate…
Stephen B wrote in with news on his newborn BeOS News site, convincingly titled “BeOSNews“. From his submission:
I’ve setup a new site called BeOSNews.com, it’s a news/pseudo-blog site for any topics related to BeOS. It mostly just aggregates/links to stories posted by other sites at the moment, but I’m also planning to regularly feature original content such as guides/howtos and software reviews.
So, once again, BeGroovy would like to welcome this new site to the community. And, as always, we hope it’s not the last of our younger siblings.
RepairmanJack wrote in a submission for the new $100 Laptop Initiative. From the article: “it will rely on open-source software”. I guess the idea of the submission is: wouldn’t it be nice to get Haiku on one of those things. They have flash for long term storage - anyone working on booting Haiku from flash drives?
Eventually, they are supposed to be available commercially, eventually, but as of right now, the plan is to provide them only to governments. Cool concept, rearing a whole new digital generation and all.
Heck, for a green rubber laptop at $100, I’d get my kids one, if they didn’t both have 500Mhz and greater laptops already (my older ones).
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