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Capturing & Editing Video

  Date: Dec 06    Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu    Views: 339

I am proud to say that I've installed Ubuntu Studio 8.10 and tonight, with a
little help from a post on http://www.UbuntuForums.org/ I figured out that I can
capture video with Kino, but only if I type...

sudo kino

...at the command prompt. Now I've only captured a very small video just to make
sure I could successfully capture. At first glance, I'm not so sure how much
editing I can/should do with Kino.

My question to you folks is: What program(s) should I use to actually edit
videos from my camcorder. I will be making videos specifically for posting on
YouTube (interviews with local and touring musicians) and I will also be making
DVD of local and touring bands I've recorded. Ultimately, I want to be able to
sync audio recorded from the soundboard to the video from the camera so I need
that considered too.



3 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered On: Dec 06    


Welcome to Kdenlive free and open-source video editor for GNU/Linux and

Kdenlive is an intuitive and powerful multi-track video editor, including
most recent video technologies. Our software is completely free, in all
sences of the expression, as defined by the GNU foundation. Using Kdenlive
is investing in a community driven project, which aims to establish
relationships between people in order to built the best video tools.

Answer #2    Answered On: Dec 06    
Answer #3    Answered On: Dec 06    

Actually what I was wanting was input from folks who have actually used the
programs (I wasn't very clear about that in my original post, sorry folks)
but I do appreciate the links. :-) Ubuntu Studio does come with quite a bit
pre-installed but probably not all of these.

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