a simple video editor that works
zekkerj at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 14:53:26 UTC 2016
Give a try on mencoder, from mplayer suite.
2016-04-26 11:33 GMT-03:00 Xen <list at xenhideout.nl>:
> I have for the previous few hours been trying to cut out a little bit of a
> youtube video and be able to upload it elsewhere I guess.
> I first tried kdenlive but it froze the moment I started playing the video.
> It is just an mp4 from YT @ 720p.
> Then I tried Openshot. It kept crashing for a while but eventually I
> learned how to rudimentary reduce the video to a small section. But, then
> when I exported it, it had cut off like the last second or the last few
> frames and the audio of the clip (as well as the video, but audio was more
> important in this case) didn't complete.
> So I look at a guy writing about Linux software and he tries a lot of
> programs but ends up with Blender. Now Blender is a ray tracer. But it has
> a video editing mode. But the interface is really hard to learn, or rather
> it requires learning. When I finally found out how to get a view of the
> filesystem, it seems as though I needed to previously set up the folders I
> could use, which means setting up your project in advance. Then I just gave
> up, I did not want to learn how to set up a project just to be able to
> import a video file into it.
> Is there anything in Linux you can actually use? It seems Blender is the
> best but it has a steep learning curve and it is not a simple tool.
> On Windows I used to use Gordian Knot (mostly for MKV files) it is not
> great and not a real editor but it (sometimes) did what it needed to do.
> Now I am at a loss because the only thing I can really try is Lightworks.
> Regards, Xen.
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