5 best open source video editing tools

By : |August 6, 2012 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: Open Source undoubtedly offers best platform for
experimentation. Here, even videos can be edited, making them more
presentable than their original format. But there are many Open Source
video editing tools and the user needs to make a conscious choice.

So, here is a list of open source video editors that you can easily
download and use:

Avidemux: This program is developed over the C/C++ programming platform
with the help of the GTK+ graphics package. One advantage is that
Avidemux is platform independent and can be used over all C/C++, GTK+
and SpiderMonkey ECMAScript scripting engines. For Windows and Mac
users, an Avidemux Win32 variant is available.

Click here to download now

Kino: Kino is present by default in various GNU/Linux distributions.
Users can make use of Kino for basic video editing and assembling
activities. You can also import raw AVI, DV files and various raw1394,
dv1394 libraries can be used to capture video footages from various
digital recorders. Click here to download the Kino now.

LiVES: LiVES lets you edit videos irrespective of their various formats.
This open source video editor is widely used by Vjs and high-end video
editors throughout the world. With this, users can edit clips, trim them
down to size, navigate between clips directly from the keyboard and even
combine multiple clips. LiVES also enables you to record your own
performances and thereby create a new clip/recording. Click here to
download LiVES now

Cinelerra: Another professional free video editing software, Cinelerra
is a non-linear video editing system. Cinelerra has a free video
composing engine through which users can freely edit/enhance the quality
of their respective videos. Operations such as Keying and Mattes can be
successfully carried out with the help of this open source software. The
Cinelerra is primarily targeted at professionals. Click here to download

Jalashaka: Probably one of the best cross-platform video editors,
Jalashaka is a cheap solution to video editing. It can be used as an
effective morphing tool as well. With Jalashaka, you can edit complex
HDTV videos as well. With plenty of special effects offered to you, a
need for a compromise doesn’t arise. Another important thing about the
editor is that it can run on the slowest of the slow processor as well.

Click here to download now and use.

Thus, the above open source image editors not only improve the quality
of images, but they turn you into a professional multi-format video
editor in no time.

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