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    Wink Linux Programs I could use for my fanimations

    Am currently producing a series of fanimations (Example below):
    My Lovely Ghost

    Under Windows, I use Cepstral TTS for the voices, VideoSpin to put the graphics I create using into the video, and Audacity for the music editing.

    I know Audacity is multiplatform, and I can probably use GiMP for the pictures. But what are the Linux equivalents for Cepstral and Videospin?


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    Mar 2008
    I do not know VideoSpin and Cepstral, but Cinerella is a sophisticated video editing software for GNU/Linux.
    Heroine Virtual: Cinelerra

    Maybe it is a bit too complicated for your purposes though, so here are some alternatives: (I can't say anything about them, as I haven't tested them yet)
    Kdenlive - Open Source Video For Linux - Home (very new, experimental)
    Linux Digital Video - (seems to be very friendly to beginners)

    LiVES Video Editing System - Because the media should be open
    Open Movie Editor (looks very interesting)
    Main Page - PiTiViWiKi (maybe not ready for use yet)

    Here are some more:
    Video Editors | Linux App Finder

    For the text to speech, I asked this website, which proposes alternative applications for GNU/Linux:
    All Applications | Linux App Finder
    Debian GNU/Linux -- You know you want it.

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