Linux video creation and editing open source software list

by on November 21, 2006 · 5 comments· LAST UPDATED November 21, 2006

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Dan MacDonald compiled a list of Linux (open source) video creation and editing softwares.

From video capture to editing to DVD authoring and encoding, you can create high quality videos easily with free, open source software :)

=> Cinelerra - Non-linear digital video editor and compositor
=> Kino - FireWire DV video capture
=> Xawdecode - analog (VHS and camcorder) video capture, DVB capture, streaming and TV/DVR functionality
=> MEncoder - video conversion
=> DeVeDe - MEncoder GUI for easy DVD and VCD creation
=> MPlayer - DVD and video playback
=> dvd::rip - for ripping DVD video
=> Firefox with the Flash 9 plugin and >VideoDownloader extension - for capturing video off the Web
=> K3b - for burning DVD or VCD images

Read more at Linux.com...

My personal experience with Linux video editing softwares...

My personal experience is that video editing on Linux is not easy. At least not 1 and ½ year back. I may try out all of these software's again.

Finally we end up using commercial DVD authoring tools under Windows XP for creating Linux training stuff :(

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1 nuclearjoker December 8, 2006 at 1:05 pm

They forgot quit a important video editor:
LiVeS

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2 stoykish December 24, 2006 at 11:15 pm

good post i just want to share my recent findings in that the new MonolithMC HD is a true TiVO killer in my opinion whith its dual HD tuner and no monthly fee cost.
(See)
http://gobloggit.com/?p=27

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3 Prashant January 13, 2007 at 9:01 am

Hi,

If some one wants to video / dvd authoring its very easy now. One has to use
tovid (uses mencoder libs)
dvdstyler
both opf these available in ubuntu repository

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4 nixCraft January 14, 2007 at 11:05 pm

Prashant,

I will try sometime later tovid and dvdstyler.

Appreciate your post.

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5 birmaan September 5, 2007 at 11:13 am

Video editing in linux is nowadays pretty fine. A lot of progress was made last 2 years.
I experienced Kdenlive and Kino as easy to use. I also experienced that Cinelerra is more difficult to learn , but once you know the program it is not difficult any more. It worth to study the (good) manual. You will get very nice tools.
I suppose that Lives and others are on the same level of ease as Kino and Kdenlive.

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