a simple video editor that works
Charles T. Bell
cbell44 at cfl.rr.com
Tue Apr 26 21:26:03 UTC 2016
apt-cache search video editor
This search showed "flowblade" as another choice in video editor.
Others were shown as well as some programs that aren't editors.
The following is the description of flowblade:
apt-cache show flowblade
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Description-en: non-linear video editor
Flowblade Movie Editor is designed to provide a fast, precise and
as-simple-as-possible editing experience.
Flowblade employs film style editing paradigm in which clips are
usually automatically placed tightly after the previous clip - or
between two existing clips - when they are inserted on the timeline.
Edits are fine-tuned by trimming in and out points of clips, or by
cutting and deleting parts of clips. Film style editing is faster for
creating programs with mostly straight cuts and audio splits, but may
be slower when programs contain complex composites unless correct work
flow is followed.
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On 04/26/2016 04:38 PM, Nils Kassube wrote:
> Xen wrote:
>> On Tue, 26 Apr 2016, Karsten Loh wrote:
>>> 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?
>> Thanks, that would probably be just perfect. I can't find it in the
>> Kubuntu repos though.
> Which Kubuntu version do you use? According to
> avidemux is only available for precise, trusty and wily. But you could
> download the last version from that page (and maybe dependencies) and
> install it with your current release.
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