Cinelerra can't compare with it, LightWorks is professional software,
but it does need professional gear, so Cinelerra or even kmenc15 still
might be better solution for most of us.
I wonder if it would be possible, to at least get an excellent timing
for the cutting when using Cinelerra, but to get a good cut, such as it
was done for Pulp Fiction, doesn't need the software only, but also
experienced people and the raw material already has to be very good.
I don't like to register, even if I pay for software, but in this case I
guess it's worse to register for the free version. If I should do a
video project, I would test the free version.
Often whining about missing good video NLE, I today more likely need
something as kmenc15, for something trivial. No learning curve, no
special hardware needed. To make a real film, I suspect that Cinelerra
would drive us nuts very soon.
However, I don't own the hardware, even Cinelerra might be better usable
than I guess, if at least a set of monitors is available.
I don't know if it's possible to calibrate monitors at home.
FWIW good homepage, no flash installed, YouTube does bitch about missing
flash and that Firefox isn't good enough, but Firefox does play the
tutorials on the LightWorks homepage.
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