Video & Audio Production
It can be daunting to seek out and choose the right video editing software based on your requirements, and it is not easy to find free and open source video editing software that suits the particular niche of video production from novice to expert. In this regard Chelsea McGuire provides us with some of the best options in Video Editing Software for Linux. Looking at such exceptional apps as Kino, Cinelerra, and the no longer supported or developed, but equally impressive MainActor.
For an alternative viewpoint, in this Best Video Editing Tools for Linux review, Apurba Debnath discusses the top cost effective multimedia production options - Avidemux, LiVES, Jahshaka, PiTiVi, Open Movie Editor and others.
Looking for the top video and DVD project assembler? Linux Video Editing with KDENLIVE by Tolga Balci discusses this simple and easy to use video editor. With its clean GUI, excellent toolset, imports, effects, and sound manipulation, KDENLIVE allows for seamless capture and editing, and is an excellent all round production app for the amateur videographer.
Following on from her excellent review of the best video editing tools for Linux, Chelsea McGuire also provides us with her top Audio Editing Tools for Linux. Reviewing the top apps for audio recording and editing, these are all full featured and extremely popular amongst the Linux community - Audacity, Jokosher, ReZound and Sweep.
In Unleash Your Media Production Skills with CeltX we outline one of the best cross platform media pre-production apps for Linux, Windows and Mac. As a favorite amongst many of my personal and professional contacts within publishing and scripting circles, CeltX has extensive features for storyboarding, character depth, scripting and project management. It is a fully featured app to map, script and publish, and it has thorough cataloging, a structured process flow, bookmarking and images.