Re: [Slightly OT] Video editing

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On Thu, 24 Aug 2006, Frank Pineau wrote:

On Thu, 2006-08-24 at 11:49 -0400, Mark Haney wrote:
Does anyone have any recommendations for video editing software?  I've
not touched any packages in about 5 years and I know things have changed
dramatically in that arena.  I'd prefer an open source package at the
moment since I have to relearn everything.

I keep having people recommend Kino to me, but after using it I've come
to the conclusion that they're insane.  I wish I had a better option,
but that seems to be the best of the free/low-cost bunch.
Kino is very simplistic. I have used it before. Usually cored when I was
trying to do something useful. Used it mostly as a front end for my video
capture card.
Cinelera is free. It has has a real sharp learning curve.  (i.e. hard.)

I have not tried MainActor. It is closed source and not free, but supposed to be good.
There are a few others out there.  Try searching on Freshmeat.net.

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