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I usually edit short videos from my life like play with kids, travel and bike rides, and sometimes do software project demos and tutorials. I tried all major tools in linux for video editing. Blender seems to be the most feature rich and consistent. It allows me to handle 4k video on my oldish laptop. It always feels so good that I buy its future for 20-50 bucks time to time. See More
Right-click-select is the nickname of this editor due to it's unusual behavior. However it's very powerful and I'm glad I learned to use it because not only is it good and has tons of features even just as a non-linear video editor but it's getting better and I can leverage these skills to add 3D in my videos (very simple 3D for me). See More
I can always find answers to my questions just by asking google. The community is very active, and there are many tutorials for any job, from simply change speed, pan and zoom in your videos to color correction and compositing. With different workflows described, told by different people, in different ways, so you can pick ones that match your level of skills, and personal preferences. See More
A light-weight small video editor with numerous functions and tremendous power. See More
Applying effects is as easy as drag and drop. But if you want to edit them, you'd need to right click on each clip and select Properties. You'd need to experiment with not-so-well documented parameters which take forever to preview just to see if you are on the right track. It is sort of easy to learn unless you want more than drag and drop controls. See More
I wanted to like this but after trying KDENlive I found it quite limiting (both the lack of zoom (several seconds showing in OpenShot vs zooming down to fractions of a second in KDENlive) and I couldn't get it to show me a live previous of the video in the timeline. See More
Crash, crash, crash... when it didn't crash I found it to be in that middle zone of more than a basic editor, but not a professional one... features are not very intuitive. It took me more than 30 minutes of randomly clicking to figure out how to adjust the effects applied to a clip and then I was underwhelmed with the options. To be fair... I was looking for something specific when I tried this out. I've used Adobe and other video editors in the past and this just missed my current needs and my expectations based on past experiences. See More
I wanted to use a Linux first, open source editor but I rely on stability for work and sadly I couldn't get a workflow that didn't include a significant number of crashes and glitches. DaVinci Resolve on the other hand is absolutely stable, never crashes, never glitches, has excellent tools, a smooth workflow and incredibly fast rendering. IMO better than Premiere. See More
If you like the way that Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere Pro function, there are built-in templates that change the program layout and functionality to match those pieces of software. Even better, you are prompted whether you want to use these on startup so there is no digging through menus to find this feature. See More
Not so much a video editor as a single clip modifier. See More
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