Hello there! :)
Well, where to start? After attending LGM 2013 my head is full of fresh ideas and a lot of new information. In fact, I could say that LGM changed the way I had been working on my project.
Launching Tupi 0.2.1 for osx results in a crash with this report:
Process: Tupi 
Date/Time: 2013-04-07 17:30:38.396 +0200
Interval Since Last Report: 1918 sec
After several months without updates, I have decided to write this post to share with you the latest news about the Tupi project:
Today I was working on an issue related to this post. The challenge: to compile Tupi including the ffmpeg plugin (to export projects to many video formats) from Slackware 14 (x86_64).
All the best/Ulrik
Today I have decided to start a new gallery with photos of all of you! the Tupi community!
I got an error while I was compiling Tupi on slackware64 (gcc version 4.7.1). I'm stuck around this file -> tffmpegmoviegenerator.cpp
tffmpegmoviegenerator.cpp:505:32: error: too few arguments to function 'int avformat_write_header(AVFormatContext*, AVDictionary**)
Once again I'm trying to attend the most important event of Free Software focused on Graphics/Visual Arts applications around the world. Although my first intent was unsuccessful, I won't give up on this new opportunity to spread the word about our project, so I want to invite the whole Tupi's users community to support my campaign at:
Thank you very much to every donator! :)
The experimental branch of the Tupi source code is always changing, evolving... sometimes it means small fixes, sometimes it means new features but the hard work never stops. Now, the time for the first release of our latest major version (0.2) has come.
After performing the update package for the package 0.1 to 0.2 Tupi do not want to open.
When checking the command line the following message appears:
~ $ Tupi
/ usr / bin / tupi.bin: symbol lookup error: / usr/lib/libtupifwgui.so.1: undefined symbol: _ZNK10QTabWidget14heightForWidthEi
Have reinstalled the package, but without solution.