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Video editing software for Mint 17 SOLVED

Postby gingertom5005 on Fri Jul 04, 2014 5:20 am

I have just installed Mint 17 64 bit Mate on my system which was previously running Mint 13 32 bit Mate. Thanks to this forum I can now hear my MIDI files and everything else works absolutely fine (at least in respect of how I use the system). The only exception is that previously I was running Kino to edit video clips but it doesn't work with the new system. I have tried Avidemux which works fine as far as video is concerned but it can't synchronise the sound and video, consequently the sound terminates about 2/3 of the way through the clip and also runs very fast. Are there any solutions to this or would another video editor be the best option?
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Re: Video editing software for Mint 17

Postby 1.618 on Fri Jul 04, 2014 5:29 am

You could try openshot video editor, I have only used it for basic videos but it seems to work ok,
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Re: Video editing software for Mint 17

Postby gingertom5005 on Fri Jul 04, 2014 9:29 am

I've installed Pitiviti and it looks good. Like all new programs I had to get to grips with it but it appears to have some good features and is better than Kino by the looks of it.
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