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avidemux (along with dvgrab) is the app that let me switch to Linux from Windows. Now I can use my dv camera as a passthrough for my VCR and capture any video I want and then easily archive it for future watching. (I refuse to purchase any TV cards until the silly HDTV mess gets sorted out.)
And maybe this summer, I'll sit down and learn cinelerra.
VLC. I loved it and knew it from BillOS and now I use in on linux. MPlayer is also good, but in ease of use, for me, VLC is more comfortable
(I use it to play movies with subs. In VLC the subs encoding is in the open file dialog whereas in mPlayer you need to fish in the settings to change that. I use more than one language and so I change the encoding as much as opening the file.)