Dick MacInnis proudly announced yesterday, November 15, that the Dream Studio 12.04.1 Linux operating system is availability for download.
Being based on the Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS (Precise Pangolin) operating system, the brand-new Dream Studio 12.04.1 distribution has lots of new features and a beautified Unity-based desktop.
Dream Studio 12.04.1 is known for features like multi-user and real-time PulseAudio-integrated audio through JACK, the Cinelerra video editor, photography applications, lots of various video and audio effects, and fonts, as well as many utilities.
"Dream Studio 12.04.1 has been officially released. New features include: upgraded base system, based on the Ubuntu 12.04.1 install disc; many upgraded packages, such as Ardour, Blender, and GIMP; the Dream Studio audio indicator by default, instead of QJackctl; the addition of a hardware-specific software installer for some audio hardware; the addition of all the KXStudio repositories; the addition of slowmovideo by default, as well as a new graphics repository; many, many, small tweaks and performance upgrades." said Dick MacInnis.
Highlights of Dream Studio 12.04.1:
· Based on Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS;
· Added Dream Studio audio indicator;
· Updated Ardour;
· Updated Blender;
· Updated The GIMP;
· Better support for audio hardware;
· Added extra KXStudio software repositories;
· Added slowmovideo;
· Added a graphics software repository;
· Lots of other small improvements and bugfixes.
Among the software included in Dream Studio 12.04.1 we can mention GIMP 2.8, RawTherapee, Darktable, Inkscape, Luminance, Ardour, Mixxx, SooperLooper, Xwax, Blender, Cinelerra, GIMP Animation Package, Kompozer, Scribus, and Bombono.
Because it's based on the Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS operating system, Dream Studio 12.04.1 is also a Long Term Support release, being supported for five years with security updates and patches.
Dream Studio 12.04.1 is distributable as Live DVD ISO images, offering installation support for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.
Download Dream Studio 12.04.1 right now from Softpedia.