Ubuntu Studio vs. KxStudio vs. DIY
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 28, 2014
Hey there, I use Ardour with my Arch system (no I am not one of this horrible users, which tells you Arch is the best, I just love pacman). I just wonder if a distro like Ubuntu Studio or KxStudio will also fit my needs, maybe better than my actual system? What are the benefits?
ubuntu studio vs kubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 14, 2011
Hello! What to install?
I like how kubuntu look and feel, but i keep in mind that the Kde is a little bit resource hungry.
On the other way, I was reading that ubuntu studio has some ''real time kernel'' or real time kernel patch -what is that? will make the operating system to process faster video and music editing or photo's as well?
Dose real time kernel from ubuntu studio make kde to move slighty faster?
I would like to use my laptop for everyday task's and Photo Editing (Photoshop emulated) that would be the primary used task, and second is to have a wordpress installed (mysql,php,apache) to work at my personal website locally and then uploda it to host's severs.
Ubuntu Studio vs. Dream Studio
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 20, 2012
Ubuntu Studio and Dream Studio seem quite similar.
Aside from the 3 obvious differences (XFCE for Ubuntu Studio, Unity for Dream Studio and the simi-rolling release schedule for Dream Studio), are there any real differences between the two distros?
Any advantages of one over the other?
Ubuntu Studio Vs Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 24, 2009
Are there any significant differences between Ubuntu and Ubuntu Studio? Apart from pre-installed applications for Ubuntu Studio, are they not available for Ubuntu? My brother says (he's a nerd) that Ubuntu Studio is basically Ubuntu with a new theme and pre-installed packages. HELP ME PROVE HIM WRONG! lol
Setting up a home studio Ubuntu Studio vs. JAD
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 14, 2008
I recently decided to set up a small home studio in order for my band to be a bit more independent. Right now I'm searching for the right software.
I want to use a dedicated Linux Distro for that purpose. However I'm not sure which one to choose. I have experience with both Ubuntu and openSuSE, so thought about Ubuntu Studio or JAD.
Which one would You suggest? Which one is better/easier to use/more fluffy?
And BTW. can anybody suggest a good laptop sound card suitable for music editing that would be well supported under either of those distros?
Ubuntu Studio vs Ubuntu Multimedia vs Studio 64, ect
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 26, 2010
So what are the differences between these? Especially, what is the difference exactly between Ubuntu Studio and Ubuntu Multimedia? Where can I download the later?
I am interested in making music and working with both open source and proprietary or even non-free as in cost software. I want the tools that are easiest to use without too steep of a learning curve. I am looking for the following....
MIDI.....I want to be able to use touch pad drum machines and have them 'play' or execute sounds that I load in the sound program, and I want it to be so easy to set up that its ridiculous.....if not, give me the easiest version available.
Webcasting of both video and audio....I want to stream video both from a cam as well as from movies and videos I compile.....Like, I would want to write a documentary or an interview and add it to a list, and for the list to keep playing these videos over and over again in a loop, and then I could use whatever tools are available so that people could view
Ubuntu studio vs ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 2, 2014
Hi, I am trying to understand what is the main difference between:
- installing ubuntu, and then manually install the applications for video, or music, that are also in ubuntu studio.
- installing ubuntu studio.
I am asking asking because I am worried that ubuntu studio gets less support than the big brother, so I don't see the reasons why I should try it instead of normal ubuntu + specific apps.
Butmaybe I am wrong and there are other technical reasons, and no worries for support?
[Kernel Choice] ubuntu studio vs. ubuntu general
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 28, 2008
I had thought that ubuntu studio was just a collection of software
until I realized that it requires linux-rt.
I have a desktop that works as my SVN server and some Matlab work.
Now I wonder if I'd like to have some audio production work done
with it. Is the ubuntu studio+linux-rt stable enough to secure
my regular tasks? Is it worth a change from the general?
Ubuntu vs Ubuntu Studio vs Mint Audio and Video applications
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 22, 2010
I am looking for opinions on Ubuntu 10.X vs Ubuntu Studio vs Linux Mint.
My use is primarily for multimedia, but do not want to exclude the possibilities of everyday applications. The most important applications are PiTiVi and other video and audio editing programs, and Audacity.
I know that a year ago I tried to run some video editing programs on Ubuntu 9.X and needed a patched kernel and I never seemed to get it to work.
Also I may need better Windowze application support and want to know about the new WIndoze emulator in Ubuntu 10.X and whether it will install into the current release of Mint, which last I checked was based on Ubuntu 9.X
Also I want to know if there is a solution for ASF, WMV and a broader range of AVI files , as some I have tried to play on Ubuntu and Mint do not play and no CODECs are found for download.
[SOLVED] Video Studio 13.37 vs KXStudio, AV Linux, Dream Studio, and Ubuntu Studio
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 2, 2012
A 5-way splitscreen comparison of the different studio distros, demonstrating Studio 13.37's abilities in regard to latency, speed, and being portable:
Studio 13.37 vs KXStudio, AV Linux, Dream Studio, and Ubuntu Studio
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