Video editing under GNU/Linux is actually dirt simple, but too many people are scared off of video editing under GNU/Linux when they see the user interfaces for complex programs like Cinelerra or The Open Movie Editor or KDEnlive. Fortunately, Kino offers an easy solution, and this article steps you through the process of getting started.

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Created by Rubuntu 6 years 30 weeks ago – Made popular 6 years 30 weeks ago
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LordVan's picture


6 years 30 weeks 3 days 3 hours ago


Personally I prefer avidemux2

I find avidemux2 nice because it can load and save different formats and lots of codecs (great for things like stuff recorded from my DVB card,..)

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6 years 30 weeks 2 days 17 hours ago


I always had a horrible time

I always had a horrible time importing videos into kino and then out. :( Let's see if this helps.