(offtopic) recommended Video clip archiving + tagging software

Sep 21, 2006 at 4:13pm

(offtopic) recommended Video clip archiving + tagging software

hi, sorry if this is a bit off topic, but it does seem relevant to anyone working a lot with many video clips as many jitter users do. I am looking for good video clip “library” software, that would enable me to tag clips with keywords, create sets, etc- much like a lot of the photo album software out there. The best is one that would also let me export or burn such sets directly. Any open source, gnu or free software is preferred, but I’m really looking for a good solution so that’s the most important. The platform should be preferably mac + pc.
Thanks, sorry again for the off-topicness.
-Nadav

#27721
Sep 21, 2006 at 4:39pm

You may use a RDBMS like mysql or hsqldb, and build your own video clip
library software directly from max:

http://www.loadbang.net/space/Software/net.loadbang-SQL

http://www.publicbeta.cx/max

Marco

Nadav Assor wrote:
> hi, sorry if this is a bit off topic, but it does seem relevant to anyone working a lot with many video clips as many jitter users do. I am looking for good video clip “library” software, that would enable me to tag clips with keywords, create sets, etc- much like a lot of the photo album software out there. The best is one that would also let me export or burn such sets directly. Any open source, gnu or free software is preferred, but I’m really looking for a good solution so that’s the most important. The platform should be preferably mac + pc.
> Thanks, sorry again for the off-topicness.
> -Nadav
>
>

#84146
Sep 21, 2006 at 9:35pm

< http://www.vjforums.com/showthread.php?t=5690&highlight=video+database>good
question, they know,<
http://www.vjforums.com/showthread.php?t=5690&highlight=video+database>
check catDV <
http://www.squarebox.co.uk/features.html>or
extensis<
http://www.extensis.com/en/products/asset_management/>portfolio
(both cross platform and not ++$)

marco were is the [burnThisColl] object i cant find it ;0

2006/9/21, marco lorenzin :
>
> You may use a RDBMS like mysql or hsqldb, and build your own video clip
> library software directly from max:
>
>
http://www.loadbang.net/space/Software/net.loadbang-SQL
> http://www.publicbeta.cx/max
>
> Marco
>
> —
>
> Nadav Assor wrote:
> > hi, sorry if this is a bit off topic, but it does seem relevant to
> anyone working a lot with many video clips as many jitter users do. I am
> looking for good video clip “library” software, that would enable me to tag
> clips with keywords, create sets, etc- much like a lot of the photo album
> software out there. The best is one that would also let me export or burn
> such sets directly. Any open source, gnu or free software is preferred, but
> I’m really looking for a good solution so that’s the most important. The
> platform should be preferably mac + pc.
> > Thanks, sorry again for the off-topicness.
> > -Nadav
> >
> >
>
>
>

#84147
Sep 21, 2006 at 11:42pm

those are really useful programs, do you know if there is something
equivalent to organize audio samples?

2006/9/21, yair reshef :
>
> good question, they know, check catDV or extensis portfolio (both cross
> platform and not ++$)
>
>
>
>
> marco were is the [burnThisColl] object i cant find it ;0
>
> 2006/9/21, marco lorenzin :
> > You may use a RDBMS like mysql or hsqldb, and build your own video clip
> > library software directly from max:
> >
> > http://www.loadbang.net/space/Software/net.loadbang-SQL
> > http://www.publicbeta.cx/max
> >
> > Marco
> >
> > —
> >
> > Nadav Assor wrote:
> > > hi, sorry if this is a bit off topic, but it does seem relevant to
> anyone working a lot with many video clips as many jitter users do. I am
> looking for good video clip “library” software, that would enable me to tag
> clips with keywords, create sets, etc- much like a lot of the photo album
> software out there. The best is one that would also let me export or burn
> such sets directly. Any open source, gnu or free software is preferred, but
> I’m really looking for a good solution so that’s the most important. The
> platform should be preferably mac + pc.
> > > Thanks, sorry again for the off-topicness.
> > > -Nadav
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
>

#84148
Sep 22, 2006 at 1:37am

thanks, checking it out now.

#84149

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