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View Poll Results: Video Authoring Application of the Year
Avidemux 14 15.05%
Blender 21 22.58%
Cinelerra 4 4.30%
Flowblade 1 1.08%
KDEnlive 28 30.11%
Lightworks 2 2.15%
LiVES 2 2.15%
OpenShot 16 17.20%
Pitivi 4 4.30%
Shotcut 1 1.08%
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Old 02-02-2018, 05:09 PM   #16
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Kino? Or doesn't that fall in cat. I still use kino on an almost daily basis to edit video's
Yo! Me too!! To straighten out the audio problem, I use the command line "padsp kino <file name>"
Works a charm. Ric
 
Old 04-01-2018, 04:50 PM   #17
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Avidemux, for cutting/trimming...

And Openshot, without a doubt, for simple, straight-forward, easy-to-understand video editing...

'Nuff said. (I've experimented with Cinelerra, but it's one awkward SOB to figure out; it's not at all intuitive for beginners. Bearing in mind we had queries on the Murga-Linux Puppy forums from a guy in South Africa, who works for a local TV studio, about where to find the 2.3 CV version.....to work on an elderly Acer laptop (which they use, 'cos they make do with old hardware over there), well.....that statement is self-explanatory. He's been using it for years.....and has gotten totally used to his own personal work-flow after all this time...)

Definitely a 'semi-pro' app.


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Old 04-03-2018, 10:19 AM   #18
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Good video editor seems to be one of those areas where linux is way behind. I want to dump Windows and return to full time linux but lack of good video apps holds me back.
 
  


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