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Re: [vox] Linux-compatible video editing software?

Try open shot. http://www.openshotvideo.com/

On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 7:51 PM, Alex Mandel <tech_dev@wildintellect.com> wrote:
On 02/09/2012 06:22 PM, Rod Roark wrote:
> Having trouble here finding good video editing software.  I have a
> ContourRoam camera and would like to make some simple movies from
> multiple clips with transitions, titles, etc.  So far I've tried:
> avidemux: Not bad for trimming and re-encoding, but doesn't seem to do
> much else, no transition effects, hard to understand.
> Kino: Close, but only writes in NTSC or PAL formats/resolutions, doesn't
> do HD such as 1080p.
> Cinelerra: Very complicated, buggy, can't play your work in real time,
> memory hog, crashes a lot.
> Any suggestions?  :)
> Rod

Try http://www.pitivi.org/ it's replaced Kino as the default ubuntu
editor. If that doesn't work post again and I'll go dig through my
notes, where I tried everything out there.

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