When it comes to video editing, most programs currently available are extremely dense and packed with hundreds of options. And why shouldn’t they be? Video editing is all about control and that requires a lot of features. The downside is the huge inherent learning curve of such complex programs. What if you want to edit videos on a more basic level? I present to you: Avidemux.
I wanted to record the desktop screen(Ubuntu 13.10 & 32-bit, if it matters) and opted for RecordMyDesktop as this was the best I found.
I am able to record the video but the recorded video is distorted totally.
In some answers of askubuntu, I found that I should change the resolution of video but I can't find any such option, not even in "advanced" tab of RecordMyDesktop.
I need to convert all (some 300GBs) of pdfs to avi (or some other video format).
I'll explain what I mean; for a certain research project I need to flash each page of pdf for (say 1s.). I know this can be done using available programs by first extracting images from pdfs and then using video editing applications to create the final video.
I want to know if I can automate the whole process?
Ubuntu is great but I cannot edit HD video or compress video files. I tried video editing using avidemux but the audio comes out too fast. I am also trying to compress video files but nothing seems to work. I tried transmageddon and when I press the transcode button the progress meter doesn't move and nothing happens.
Hello I would like to develop an app which displays the speeds with the help of the local filter method of objects.
for that I need to somehow get close to the video data and process this and there is already the problem.
is there a simple possibility to store the video data between edit and then output it on the surface?
What you're looking for isn't "picture editing" software. It's "video editing" software.Video editing is hit or miss on Linux in general.The most straight forward is probably Openshot. Also based on the same libraries but a little less intuitive is Kdenlive.If neither of those work for you there are several other video editing programs like Kino and p
Hi there, I have looked everywhere it seems, I am looking for a app that does video editing, like adding mp3, clips, cutting, things like that, I need to edit a video for youtube.
I thought maybe someone might know one, so..yeah. ;)
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A video editor allows you to handle post-production video editing which typically involves arranging, cutting, pasting, trimming, and otherwise enhancing (e.g., adding various effects to) video clips through the timeline interface.
LiVES mixes realtime video performance and non-linear editing in one professional quality application. It will let you start editing and making video right away, without having to worry about formats, frame sizes, or framerates.