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
I avoid OSX as much as possible, but at the moment I use it for some video editing and occasionally playing some humble indie bundle games that I couldn't get to run on Linux.I use crunchbang for everything else: web, music, video, graphics editing, writing, etc.
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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Basically what I need is video editing software that allows me to put together a video through java (or other languages), plugins or whatever method is available for doing so.
I want to put together a video using pictures, videos, music, transitions etc that are sent to the server.
For some reason when I shoot video even if I keep it under a minute and shooting in VGA.. It makes me resize the video to mms it to someone.. Even in email it is messed up. When I do I resize it is plays it back fast or doesn't really play the whole edited video... It just seems the video editing is a little screwy... Anybody else having any problems with it?
Video editing app Videolicious was designed to allow users to create interesting videos on the fly by stitching together multiple photos and short video files. Thanks to an easy editing tool, the app been adopted by enterprise customers who are using it for internal and external communication, sales, and marketing.
Coming from Kino, Blender's "Video Sequence Editor" is a huge step up. Most people don't think of Blender when considering video editing tools, but in fact, Blender contains a very good one. This is not a separate application but an editing mode within the Blender application. It can work directly with animated scenes created within Blender or with video footage from other sources.
User-submitted video from The Linux Foundation Video Site video.linuxfoundation.org My entry for the 1020 We’re Linux contest. All graphics done in gimp and blender, sounds recorded using audacity, and video editing and compositing done in blender. It is all my work except for the CC BY stuff mentioned in the credits section, and is released [...]