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    I'm looking for good video edit tool. Sth like Adobe Premiere. Can sb point to a good one?

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    I'm no video editor, but the most popular Linux VE software (from what I've heard) is CineLerra:

    http://heroinewarrior.com/cinelerra.php3
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    There's also kino:
    http://kino.schirmacher.de/

    And (altough more for ripping and re-sizing) DVD::Rip:
    http://www.exit1.org/dvdrip/
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    Cinelerra is not really an option:
    1. It's reportedly completely broken
    2. It's for use with networked computing. Not at all practical for home use.
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    Cinelerra is really not very nice. Seems like it's having some codecs problem as well. But it's quite same with Kino. I'm not able to open my AVI files from my digicam

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    I do alot of video editing, and have never found a comprehensive linux editing enviroement conducive to workflow, but its transcoding tools are unmatched, and I use them ALOT to get things read to export, and actualy do my DVD transcodes and burns from linux, (on the off chance a client wants DVD)
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