[Novalug] simple video editing with built-in audio fade in/out?
varokan at MovingSatellites.com
Wed Jul 30 09:15:33 EDT 2008
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KDEnlive is a good tool too and has been in constant development
throughout the past several years ( Port to Qt 4.x currently progressing )
Command line wise I I can only think of sox ( Sound eXchange )
Eric Dantan Rzewnicki wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 10:51:22PM -0400, Pete Nuwayser wrote:
>> I've been using acidrip and avidemux to rip a DVD of a band
>> performance, chop into individual videos and upload to youtube, fb,
>> myspace, etc. I've found both tools very easy and fun to use, and I
>> really like avidemux... but it seems to be missing one feature that I
>> need: audio fades.
>> I'm just getting started with these sorts of applications and was
>> wondering: Would you recommend a better Linux-based
>> free-as-in-beer-and-speech video editor? If so, why?
>> Thank you
> kino may be what you're after. It has a basic audio fade effect. If that
> isn't flexible enough, the monster of FLOSS non-linear video editors is
> cinellera (but it is a monster and not for the faint of heart). Another
> possibility worth checking out might be openmovieeditor.
> Hope that helps,
> Eric Rz.
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