Be Creative With Ubuntu Studio

 Be Creative With Ubuntu Studio


Ubuntu Studio is one of the many official flavors of Ubuntu and is a free and open source operating system. It is widely used by Linux users around the world for audio , graphics, video, and photography editing and publishing. This multimedia oriented GNU/Linux distribution is a free application and when you install Ubuntu, you get this amazing editing app for preinstalled.

It is available in four different languages: English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. It has Advanced Packaging Tool as its package manager, which was developed by Linux community developers over a course of three years. You will not find real-time kernel in the repositories of Ubuntu Studio, but it was highly used in the 8.04 and 9.10 version of this application.

Read on to know all about Ubuntu Studio and its fascinating world of free multimedia applications!

The community efforts of Ubuntu Studio

It is mainly Linux community project, where millions of Linux users and developers volunteer to make this multimedia application, easier to install and use. Whether a developer is a beginner or a pro, they test their skills and contribute to the making and updating of this amazing application. The next time you hear Linux community is generous and tight-knit, simply remember they developed Ubuntu Studio.

What this Ubuntu flavor does?

The original version of Ubuntu was released on 10 May 2007 and since then, this application is updated and advanced to perform a number of multimedia actions on Linux. When you install it on your operating system, you will get Pulseaudio, which is a default sound and handles all other desktop sounds. With the latest release of Ubuntu Studio 16.10, you can control the entire sound system and operations of your operating system along with watching and editing videos and audios.

Ubuntu studio targets a unique audience

The main targeted audience of Ubuntu Studio is musicians, gamers, and multimedia editing enthusiasts who have experience with Windows and/or Mac. Whether they have prior experience with Linux or not, they can still enjoy a wide range of its skills like developing graphics, video editing, recording audio.

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