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Top Video Editing Apps for Linux

Oct 01, 2009, 21:02 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matt Hartley)

"Kino Video Editor

"It's definitely not one of the more attractive video editors out there, but it should still be noted that Kino provides the most stable video editor available -- based on years of comparative experience with it among others.

"Despite having a rather unique approach to video editing, it was the first GNOME friendly video editor for Linux that provided working DVGrab from a DV Video Camera over 1394 that I am aware of. For those willing to relearn what they already know about the general flow of a decent video editor, Kino is not something to take lightly. Despite the time line being a bit weird, this is one stable application.

"Kdenlive Video Editor

"For longer than I might like to admit, I have had an ongoing love/hate relationship with Kdenlive, due to it working in one release and regressing to an unusable state in the next. To be fair, much of this frustration likely falls on my own shoulders, as I tend to use it along with various KDE libraries on the GNOME desktop."

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