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Kdenlive – open-source video editor for GNU/Linux

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Kdenlive is an open source intuitive and powerful multi-track video editor for GNU/Linux based on the MLT Framework that focuses on flexibility and ease of use. A non-linear video editing GUI for KDE that provides dual video monitors, a multi-track timeline, clip list, customizable layout support, basic effects and many more.

Kdenlive - open-source video editor for GNU/Linux

User can import and edit almost all types of video files formats supported by FFmpeg (such as QuickTime, AVI, WMV, MPEG, and Flash Video), and playback/preview the contents of the timeline at any point during the edit. Full project save/load is supported.

Features of Kdenlive

  1. Support for a wide range of camcorders and cameras
  2. Multi track edition with a timeline and unlimited number of video and audio tracks.
  3. Video and audio tracks organized in layers.
  4. Tools to create, move, crop and delete video clips, audio clips, text clips and image clips.
  5. Configurable keyboard shortcuts and interface layouts.
  6. A wide range of effects and transitions. Ability to add custom effects and transitions.
  7. Non-blocking rendering using a rendering separate application. Stop, pause and restart rendering. Continue to work on your project without any possible loss of data.
  8. Export to standard formats such as DV (PAL and NTSC), Mpeg2 (PAL, NTSC and HDV) and AVCHD (HDV), High quality h264, Non-destructive formats.
  9. Easy to Mix different kinds of media, including video, audio and images without prior import.
  10. Support for a wide range of codecs and formats such as Mpeg2, mp4 and h264 video, Mp2, mp3 and ac3 audio, Lossless video, Free video (Ogg vorbis, etc …).

Download: http://www.kdenlive.org/

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