Video Editors for Ubuntu

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A guide on installations and features of best Video Editors available in Ubuntu/Linux. Here is a list of free and open-source video editors available in Ubuntu. Most of them can create and edit videos and having all the needed features.

OpenShot

Openshot is a free video editor capable of creating and edition videos of many formats. You can use this for YouTube, Vimeo, iPod and many more widely used file formats.

Features:

  • Key frame animation
  • Multi Tracks
  • Watermarks
  • Image Sequence Support
  • Transitions
  • 3D animations
  • Encoding SUpport
  • Direct Upload Support to tube sites
  • OpenShot
    OpenShot

    Official Website: www.openshotvideo.com
    Launchpad: launchpad.net/openshot

    How to Install

    Open Ubuntu Software Center and search for ‘openshot’
    Or
    From Terminal: sudo apt-get install openshot

    kdenlive

    Kdenlive is a video editing software supports HDV, DV and many more features including:

  • Organised Timeline
  • Copy and Paste support for clips, effects and transitions
  • Real time changes
  • Screen Grabbing
  • Exhaustive file format for export
  • Kdenlive
    Kdenlive

    How to Install

    Open Ubuntu Software Center and search for ‘kdenlive’
    Or
    From Terminal: sudo apt-get install kdenlive

    Official Website: www.kdenlive.org

    There are other video editors available also apart from above two. Here is a list of other options along with details:

    Pitivi


    Search “Pitivi” in Ubuntu Software Center and install.
    Or
    Download from: www.pitivi.org

    Cinerella


    Download from: cinelerra.org

    Photo Courstesy Ubuntu Software Center, Canonical.


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