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xzvf
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WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK, MICRO$HAFT!? ARE YOU EXPECTING ME TO PAY FOR A FUCKING VIDEO CODEC!? [which you had for free previously]
SERIOUSLY, JUST HOW LOW YOU CAN GO?
AND YOUR GREEDY ASSES CHARGE 439,00 € FOR THIS PIECE OF SHIT (win10 pro for workstations).
GO DIE IN HELL MICRO$HAFT!
I can't wait for Davinci Resolve to finally work properly for me[fuck you, nVidia!] so I'll never have to use this shit again.
GO TO HELL YOU FUCKING GREEDY BASTARDS! I'LL SHOVE AN HIV INFECTED CACTUS UP YOUR ASSES!

(and all hail VLC!)

[Context: I have to use windows for some video editing]

Comments
  • 4
    I knew this was you 😁
  • 6
    @CoffeeNcode I wonder how, I wonder why?

    hmmmmmmmmm......
  • 10
    @xzvf thanks for that song stuck in my head now, lol
  • 8
    Nowadays I only use ffmpeg for video editing. Don't know why I ever bothered with them GUI editors.
  • 5
    There's also a "free" one with the same name https://microsoft.com/en-us/p/...
    I am unsure about the difference
  • 8
    @Ubbe Compositing with ffmpeg. Only for true masochists.
  • 6
    Btw I use arch
  • 3
    @lunorian Me too, but video editing....
  • 2
    @xzvf
    Don't know much about compositing. But for cutting videos into one I think having a text file to edit is simply superior. FFMPEG is also perfect for resizing videos or for lightening up an underexposed clip.
  • 2
    On Windows: codecguide.org -> K-Lite + actively deloped build of MPC-HC ftw
    Otherwise, ffmpeg does everything.
  • 2
    @kescherRant sure. It's still a sucky thing to do. It's trying yo scam people who don't know any better.
  • 1
    I think It's some kind of rights/antitrust problem they cannot include it in windows and for free... Like ballot screen, windows N.......
  • 0
    @xzvf DaVinci Resolve works great natively on Linux and is a professional grade video editor (also easy to pick up). The free edition does HD video editing just fine, no watermarks or anything.
  • 1
    @lunorian oh you're so cool
  • 1
    @xzvf there is this video cuting software called Lightworks. It's been around since the 90ties and has been used for cutting Hollywood movies. They offer an open source cross platform community edition for free and Linux.
    https://www.lwks.com/
  • 1
    @heyheni I'll check it out.

    @RememberMe resolve doesn't work for me on arch (I'm using it on windows) it segfaults all the time.
  • 0
    @xzvf butbut linux is the best, it never crash... I bet if you found a similar issue on windows, you were already screaming ranting about windows sucks
  • 1
    @xzvf you got the latest version?
    I used it on Manjaro about a few months ago before moving to Blender for video editing (because my needs are so basic), worked fine.
  • 1
    @RememberMe Yup, both the beta and the stable segfault with (both a manual install and the aur packages).
    If I installed ubuntu, it'd probably work.
  • 0
    @dontbeevil Well I already scream that windows sucks, but there's a difference:
    Arch is not supported by resolve, but windows 10 is.
    And it's probably got to do with the noVideo drivers on linux. I complain about nVidia, not about a software not working on a bleeding-edge unsupported software platform.
  • 2
    @xzvf Do regular Codec packs not work for you? On Microsoft's behalf, I'm pretty sure that cost is due to HEVC asking the price for a licence.

    Oh and make sure you have Cuda installed on Arch.
  • 1
    @theKarlisK but you know, here if you don't bash ms, you're not cool, you don't have to think hiw the real world works... I'm sure they don't even use the built in video player
  • 1
    @dontbeevil True, but at the same time it's not like it's undeserved. Personally I don't quite like what Windows 10 is doing.
  • 0
    @dontbeevil I always bash m$ at every occasion, and I am still not cool at all.
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