Brief: Here are best video editors for Linux, their feature, pros and cons and how to install them on your Linux distributions.
When asked about free video editing software, Windows Movie Maker and iMovie is what most people often suggest.
Unfortunately, both of them are unavailable for GNU/Linux. But you don’t need to worry about it, we have pooled together a list of best free video editors for you.
Let’s have a look at the best free video editing software for Linux. Here’s a quick summary if you think the article is too long to read. You can click on the links to jump to the relevant section of the article:
|Video Editors||Main Usage||Type|
|Kdenlive||General purpose video editing||Free and Open Source|
|OpenShot||General purpose video editing||Free and Open Source|
|Shotcut||General purpose video editing||Free and Open Source|
|Flowblade||General purpose video editing||Free and Open Source|
|Lightworks||Professional grade video editing||Freemium|
|Blender||Professional grade 3D editing||Free and Open Source|
|Cinelerra||General purpose video editing||Free and Open Source|
|DaVinci Resolve||Professional grade video editing||Freemium|
|VidCutter||Simple video split and merge||Free and Open Source|
As you can see, we have some non-FOSS applications here. If you want FOSS-only, please refer to this list of open source video editors.
Kdenlive is free and open source video editing software from KDE that provides support for dual video monitors, a multi-track timeline, clip list, customizable layout support, basic effects, and basic transitions.
It supports a wide variety of file formats from a wide range of camcorders and cameras, including: raw, avi, dv, mpeg2, mpeg4, h.264, AVCHD,…
You can read the article in its entirety, on the official website of https://itsfoss.com/best-video-editing-software-linux/
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