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View Poll Results: Video Authoring Application of the Year
Distribution: Crunchbang, Windows 8.1, Android 3/4
Having never made a video before, I edited together some DV clips into a nice project for school with KDenLive a few months ago and must say it worked pretty nicely, so it got my vote. Before that all I had done was cut down the size of videos ("crop" if photos). However, I did experience some bugs.
I can't vote because I like all of those above. But they are all used for different reasons .To make 3d using mencoder Avidemux FFmpeg Transcode | Cinelerra/LiVES? O.o
Usually votes are used to get rid of lesser used things, which sucks.
I prefer posts showing the pros/cons
Another one to try is the relatively new Open Shot. I've tried Kino, Cinelerra, Lives and most recently Kdenlive in the past 4 years. This is the best, most user friendly Linux editing software I've tried yet. I shoot AVCHD 1080P to an SDHC card, everything from import to export were crash free.