which is good video editor for linux

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  1. mack_guy911

    mack_guy911 Registered Member

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    which is good video editor and video cutter for linux i made a video but youtube dont let me upload more than 15 mins video :D
     
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    Heard good things about Openshot - not tried it myself though.
     
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    kdenlive and avidemux are my favorite.
    Mrk
     
  5. mack_guy911

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    i have created a video but its 18 min long youtube dont allow me to upload brrrr also i tried it on dailymotion it say file not supported the file is .ogv my entire day is pretty frustrated tomorrow i try again make new video or cut the clip into 2 parts what ever possible :rolleyes:

    goodnight everyone and thanks for helping
     
  6. linuxforall

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    Open Shot is the best and getting very close to Adobe Premiere, Pitvi is another good alternative for lighter users.
     
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    thanks ocky you are life saver dude :D
     
  10. linuxforall

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    For converters, don't forget Handbrake which also has its own PPA, works flawlessly.
     
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    If you need to do multimedia creation stuff, why not use AV Linux?
    All of your sound and video solutions in one package with a custom kernel that helps improve their functionality.

    Openshot is pretty cool. Best to download from the developers page for the latest release.
     
  12. mack_guy911

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    thanks Searching and linuxforall i check these too thanks very much guys :D
     
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