OpenShot, the application that you've voted as the best Linux video editor a while back reached version 1.3.0 today.
OpenShot 1.3.0 comes with a new user interface called "Fresh" and finally adds something many of you have requested: stock icons support. The new version also lets you easily upload videos to YouTube or Vimeo:
Avidemux is a free video editor designed for simple cutting, filtering and encoding tasks. It supports many file types, including AVI, DVD compatible MPEG files, MP4 and ASF, using a variety of codecs.
So what's the best Linux video editor? Well, take a look at the results:
For this week's hive five post we've chosen 5 Linux video editors and as usual, we'd like you to vote for the one which you find to be the best.
Remember VideoLAN Movie Creator (VLMC)? Many people (including myself) got really exited on the news that the VLC team is working on a video editor but then everything seem to fade away and there weren't any news about it. That until now, when a blog post from one of the VLMC developers
OpenShot 1.1 (non-linear video editor) was released yesterday and it addresses 40 bugs and features.
The most requested feature was probably the "Undo / Redo" support which has finally been included in OpenShot.
Other new features and improvements in OpenShot 1.1:
There are a lot of Linux video editors and more are coming (VLMC, Lombard) but I've always found Avidemux to be as simple as it gets and never fail doing what I want (I usually just cut some parts of a video, add some audio, et
Yorba, a non-profit software group based in San Francisco which is behind Shotwell, the new open source photo organizer which I like very much, is putting together a multimedia creation suite (or something like that) for Gnome.
Openshot, the great Linux non-linear video editor was updated to version 0.9.54.