Originally Posted by anakramli
which video editor is stable for linux? and user friendly with enough function to edit a normal video
that depends on ...
- what you consider a "normal" video
- what editing features you need
- what "user friendly" means for you
My favorite is Avidemux. It's intuitive and easy to use, cuts and merges MPEG1, MPEG2 and many MPEG4 variants, can even take Flash video and many WMV videos as input, and can cut and merge without re-encoding the entire video. Also supports some transformations, like resizing, cropping, changing frame rate and fading.
I use it regularly to remove commercials from my TV recordings, and to shrink DVD videos into space-saving MPEG4 avi files.
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