The Ecstasy and The Agony of Planet X

Hi everyone,

I've been using kdenlive for ~1 year now for some various silly side projects. On a whim we added our film to a science films group on Vimeo, and it was chosen to be shown in New York next month at the Imagine Science Films Festival! It was put together 100% in kdenlive, which is great because we do not have any sort of budget and can not pay for video editing software.

http://www.vimeo.com/user1642281/videos

If anyone is in New York on October 22, head over to

http://www.imaginesciencefilms.com/festival-2/events-and-panels/

and reserve a seat at the CUNY Graduate Center! We can't be there ourselves, sadly. Enjoy!

Ryan Hamilton
Graduate Student
Department of Astronomy
New Mexico State University
http://astronomy.nmsu.edu/rthamilt/agsofilms/

How did you make the smooth image pan and zooms?

I forget where I first heard about it, but I used stills2dv to generate them since I could never get a smooth result using the built-in effect at the time.

http://www.deniscarl.com/stills2dv/

EDIT: Ok, so it wasn't 100% put together with kdenlive...but pretty close! :)