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    Has anybody adapted Adobe Premier Pro or Final Cut to work on Linux?

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    Linux Guru Juan Pablo's Avatar
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    I don't think so but there are some alternatives like

    http://directory.fsf.org/vid/manip/Cinelerra.html

    I found it on GNU directory at: http://directory.fsf.org/vid/manip/ go there for a complete list of video editing software for Linux

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    found some alternatives like cinelerra, already mentioned, kino and zwei-stein

    haven't tried filmgimp but alot reccomends it

    for simple editing blender can be used also (actually for compositing but it's usable).

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    you could also check out avidemux
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