a simple video editor that works
karsten.loh at gmx.de
Tue Apr 26 18:27:45 UTC 2016
If some cutting is the only job I think Avidemux is pretty simple and
intuitive at that level. Set start mark, set end mark hit delete and the
marked bit is gone, how much easier can it get?
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On 26.04.2016 20:07, Phillip Johnson wrote:
> *From: *"Billie Walsh" <bilwalsh at swbell.net>
> *To: *kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> *Sent: *Tuesday, April 26, 2016 1:33:12 PM
> *Subject: *Re: a simple video editor that works
> On 04/26/2016 09:33 AM, Xen wrote:
> > Hey,
> > 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
> > Regards, Xen.
> The key word in the subject line being "simple" the answer is none.
> Avidmux can be used but it is no where near intuitive for a novice.
> Fast is fine, but accuracy is final.
> You must learn to be slow in a hurry.
> -Wyatt Earp-
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> If you only want to cut out parts of the video, especially at the
> beginning or end, can't you just use VLC? I have used that to chop
> off the beginning of a video I took before I passed it around.
> This gives an overview:
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