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    I would like to star editing video....does anyone have a suggestion of a program.....I'm looking for something on the line of windows moviemaker?????

    Thank yopu

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    Yes, you can find some Linux video editor apps here:

    Video Editors | Linux App Finder

    I've not tried any of them so can't recommend any specific app.
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    Video Editing

    I see this question was written a while ago but to my surprise not too much updated info is out there considering how much things have changed.

    There are several different options for different things but If I can just write my personal preference and what I use it for I hope this helps someone.

    For basic all the way through to advanced video editing "Pitivi" Is the best hands down. I also believe it is the future of video editing on Linux especially now it has good funding.

    It is the nicest looking editor with a easy interface and I find the program very stable.

    Hope this helps

    LewisDre4m

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    video editing

    Thanks for the update...Is it a shareware, free or pay???

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    It's Free

    Totally free! If your on Ubuntu go into Ubuntu software center under applications and type it in and you will see it! I'm sure you could prob find it under synaptic package manager too!

    It's great now but they are working hard on it to make it the best.

    That ok?

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