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Thread: Lightworks To Have Public Linux Beta In Q1'2013

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    Default Lightworks To Have Public Linux Beta In Q1'2013

    Phoronix: Lightworks To Have Public Linux Beta In Q1'2013

    Lightworks, the professional-grade non-linear video editor from EditShare that's been ported to Linux, will have a public beta release before the end of the next quarter...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTI1MjA

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    "Other Linux video editing software worth checking out includes Cinelerra, OpenShot, and Novacut."

    Novatcut? Must google it.

    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...o-video-editor

    "Funded! This project successfully raised its funding goal on July 29, 2011."

    Ok

    http://www.novacut.com/

    "Coming soon"

    Ok...

    http://blog.novacut.com/

    "This month was mostly a Dmedia bug-fix release, as we were made aware of a number of critical bugs thanks to our new automatic crash reporting with Apport." [http://blog.novacut.com/2012/11/novacut-1211.html]

    No, it wasn't worth it, yet.

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    There is also Kdenlive that's very good for "home" use.

    (opens umbrella waiting for FunkSTAR rage storm)

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    Kdenlive is probably the most advanced, but I find OpenShot better for casual video editing. Kdenlive is not always the most stable though.

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