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Trim Video Clips on Linux Fast with This New GTK App

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video trimmer flatpak appVideo Trimmer is an open source video trimming app for Linux desktops. Built in GTK the app has an simple UI and is fast. Learn more in this post.

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The Linux market share appears to continue rising with Ubuntu winning

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Take it with your usual dose of salt and scepticism but when looking over the Linux market share, at least on NetMarketShare it appears to continue rising.

While the latest from the Steam Survey shows a dip during June, the opposite is true here. We reported last month that NetMarketShare was showing a clear upwards trend. The sort of thing you can easily write-off across one or two months but now three months in a row it gives it a bit more credit.

Going from 1.36% in March 2020, up to 2.87% in April, 3.17% in May and now June's figure is in with 3.61%. Looking over past figures from them, this might be the first time we've ever seen it rise three months in a row without a break. This is not counting Chrome OS either, like some other stats end up bundling with Linux. Chrome OS has stayed around ~0.40%, with Ubuntu over this period rising from 0.27% in March to 2.57% in June which is crazy.

Still not clear what's driving this big uptick in Ubuntu users on their statistics and we can speculate until the end of days, still interesting to see though and quite possibly as a result of people working from home during the COVID19 outbreak.

What are your thoughts?

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Aseprite v1.2.20

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Hello asepriters! we have a new little version with several bug fixes here and there:

  • Fixed preview brush size when dynamics is enabled #2419 t/5919
  • Now we can take & share screenshots with F12 when Steam is running
  • New “Swap Checkerboard Background Colors” command #1812, thanks to @MorganDavid
  • Added Minecraft color palette, thanks to @m13253
  • Fixed crash related to handling multiple documents, the timeline, and undo/redo #2397
  • Fixed memory leak drawing text with Unicode chars
  • Fixed --list-layers including all groups/layers in meta data when --split-layers is used #2380 #2432
  • Fixed some situations where locking a layer doesn’t lock the layer #2181
  • Fixed slow performance with Magic Wand and Intersection mode #2393

How to update Aseprite?

Discuss in the Community site.

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Hitman 3 has a contract for January 2021

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IO Interactive has just announced Hitman 3, for release in January 2021.

It'll be coming to PlayStation 5 - and presumably other consoles and PC too - with a story featuring Agent 47's "most intimate" contract yet.

Action shown in tonight's reveal trailer took our follicly-challenged hero in Dubai.

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Hurry up! $100 PineTab Linux Tablet is Finally Available for Pre-order

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Most of you must be already aware of Pine64’s flagship products PinePhone and Pinebook (or Pinebook Pro).

PineTab was planned to be made available back in 2019— however, PinePhone and Pinebook production was prioritized over it. Also, due to the factory lines closing for COVID-19 pandemic, the plan for PineTab was further postponed.

Finally, you will be happy to know that you can now pre-order the PineTab Linux tablet for just $100.

Even though PineTab is meant for early adopters, I’ll give you a brief description of its specifications and what you can expect it to do.

PineTab specification

PineTab linux tablet

PineTab is a Linux tablet for $100 with which you can also attach a keyboard and some other modules to make the most out of it.

So, for just $100, it isn’t aiming to be “just another tablet” but something more functional for the users who prefer to have a useful tablet.

Before we talk more about it, let’s run down through the specifications:

  • Display: 10-inch 720p IPS Screen
  • Quad-core A64 SoC
  • 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM
  • 2 MP front-facing camera and 5 MP rear camera
  • 64 GB eMMC flash storage
  • SD Card support
  • USB 2.0, USB-OTG, Digital video output, Micro USB
  • 6000mAh Battery

You can also add a magnetic backlit keyboard with PineTab for an additional $20.

You can see it in action here:

For the first batch of PineTab, they are shipping the tablet with UBports Ubuntu Touch. In their recent blog post, Pine64 also clarified why they chose UBports Ubuntu Touch:

The reason for this choice being that Ubuntu Touch works well for a traditional tablet use-case and, at the same time, converts into a more traditional desktop experience when the magnetic keyboard is attached.

They’ve also mentioned that the PineTab’s software will be convergent with both PinePhone and PineBook.

PineTab Expansion Options

Pinetab Expansion Board

To expand the functionality of PineTab, there’s an adapter board available on which you will be able to attach the expansions you want.

The adapter board will already be present inside, you just need to remove the back cover, work on a single screw to swap/add expansions.

The following expansions will be available to start with:

  • M.2 SATA SSD add-on
  • M.2 LTE (and GPS) add-on
  • LoRa module add-on
  • RTL-SDR module add-on

It is worth noting that you only use any one of the expansions at a time no matter how many expansions you have attached to the board.

Some extensions like LTE or LoRa module will probably make PineTab a great point-of-sales terminal as well.

As of now, there’s no information on what it would cost per add-on for the expansion board — but hopefully we’ll get to know more about the details right before the pre-order starts.

How to get PineTab Linux tablet

PineTab is now available for pre-order. If you are planning to get one, you should hurry up. From my experience with Pine devices, the pre-order might close in a couple of days. You can order it from their website:

What are your thoughts on PineTab? Are you going to order one when it goes live? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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I’m not really a TikTok user, but I have discovered a few accounts that are wort...

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I’m not really a TikTok user, but I have discovered a few accounts that are worth following. Since I don’t want to install TikTok under any circumstances and I don’t want to visit the website manually, I built myself a TikTok JSON Feed generator. This tool consists of only a few lines of JavaScript and uses the library tiktok-scraper. Now I can follow TikTok-ers and see new posts in Miniflux. I hope that TikTok will not block my server.

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