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I would say that the best tool on linux for manipulating video is cinelerra,
blender is a 3D modeler.
cinelerra supports many video file formats other than the well known
DV,MPEG,AVI and has a lot of plugin to work with audio as well.
2009/5/5 Eric Steinberg
> Blender is not intuitive, nor is it a video file editor, but it is the best
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I would say that the best tool on linux for manipulating video is cinelerra=
, blender is a 3D modeler.cinelerra supports many video file format=
s other than the well known DV,MPEG,AVI and has a lot of plugin to work wit=
h audio as well.
-r2009/5/5 Eric Steinberg <eric.steinberg@=
Blender is not intuitive, nor is it a video file editor, but it is the best=
tool on linux for manipulating video, and it does support import of mpeg/a=
vi/mov. =A0Most jobs that you can do with a cuts-only editor can be done in=
the sequencing window of Blender. =A0You probably won't find a time-st=
retch tool for video, as video is frame-based (there is an "add to cli=
p" feature in Quicktime Pro on Mac OS that will do the job, but nothin=
g similar on linux). =A0I've had the most success, other than Blender, =
with Kdenlive, although only on 32-bit...
The very best cheap (twenny bucks, yo) tool for this operati=
on is Quicktime Pro. =A0Has anyone run the Windows version of Quicktime Pro=
under WINE? =A0Fixing sync issues is literally a two or three step operati=
1. trim audio2. trim video3. add =