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I am a and need help with the following:
What is a good video editing program thats opensource or free?
I'll be needing it for editing AVI and MPG files between 1MB-1GB. Something that lets you set audio bit-rate, frames per sec., quality, the works.
Any answers will be apreciated.
Thanks in advance.
"CinePaint is painting and retouching software primarily used for motion picture frame-by-frame retouching and dust-busting. It has been used on many feature films, including THE LAST SAMURAI where it was used to add flying arrows. CinePaint is different from other painting tools because it supports deep color depth image formats up to 32-bit per channel deep. For comparison, GIMP is limited to 8-bit, and Photoshop to 16-bit." http://cinepaint.sourceforge.net/