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    *good* Linux Video Editor?


    Ello,
    Me and some freinds were planning on making a movie but we have one snag.....
    i cant find a good video editor for linux.

    i want more than just adding titles and cutting scenes.
    we need effects, basic gunshot effects at the very least,

    i tried to install jahshaka video editor, its pretty good but its allitle outdated so when i was trying to compiling it there was alot of incompatibilities.


    any help or suggestions would be greatly apreciated.
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    You can find some other video editors here:

    Video Editors | Linux App Finder

    I've not tried them so can't say how well they might work for your needs.
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    I use ubuntu studio.

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    Kino - Free Video Editor for Linux

    If you thought there is no useful digital video editor for Linux think again. Kino is shaping up to be a great free and open-source alternative to programs like Windows Movie Maker. It offers easy and reliable digital video editing for the GNU/Linux desktop, and works well with IEEE-1394 to capture digital video and provide video tape recorder control.
    You can use Kino for example to load several video clips, cut and paste pieces of video or audio, and save it as an edit decision list in SMIL XML format. Besides various DV formats, Kino can export to a variety of other video formats, such as MP3, Ogg, Vorbis, MPEG-1,2,4, and WAV. It can also export still frames in most common image formats

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