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[all variants] comskip compatible video editor?

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http://ubuntuforums.org – I've been looking for a video editor that will use cut files created by comskip for a few years. Comskip is a commercial locating program for recorded TV and is about 80-90% effective most of the time. Sometimes it is 100% correct, but usually needs slight manual relocation of the commercial start/end frames. Is there any native Linux video editing software that supports the cut files produced by Comskip or am I relegated to using MS-Windows for this aspect of video editing? These cut files are fairly simplistic and can be output in about 5 different formats. EDL csv and vprj are the most c (Hardware)