[LAU] Audio-Video desktop recording
louigi.verona at gmail.com
Tue May 11 21:57:05 CEST 2021
There are only two video editors on Linux that I would recommend.
Rock solid. Bespoke UI, but many good tutorials on YouTube. For instance,
I have edited dozens of videos with Blender.
I haven't worked with it, but unfa uses it as his main editor. It seems to
be a very promising project. According to unfa, it does crash from time to
time, but not too much. Definitely, not on the OpenShot level. So, should
The rest I was never able to use. I hear relatively good things about
KDEnlive, but it never worked for me. Openshot 2 I consider almost a
literal open source scam ("award winning" software where I am yet to be
able to even import a video without it either crashing or freezing, tested
on 4 different laptops, across three versions of Ubuntu).
I am surprised to see several people mention Shotcut. Last time I tried it
was either 2017 or 2018 - and it was unusable. After all, it is the UI over
the same library that Openshot 1 used. But hey - maybe it improved.
On Tue, May 11, 2021 at 9:29 PM Mike Pullen <mike at thepullen.net> wrote:
> On Tue, May 11, 2021 at 2:21 PM David Kastrup <dak at gnu.org> wrote:
>> Mike Pullen <mike at thepullen.net> writes:
>> > I haven't seen Openshot come up in this convo as an alternative to
>> Have you worked with both? I gave up on Openshot eventually (admittedly
>> after it messed up the transition to version 2 really badly quite a bit
>> of time ago) and switched to Shotcut. Didn't look back. I've been
>> through a number of video editing programs actually.
>> David Kastrup
> Fair-- no, I haven't done a compare recently. Agreed, Openshot certainly
> did muff the v2 transition pretty bad, but in my experience they've come
> out of that pretty strong... It's good to have alternatives. : )
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