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    Default Video Editing Software

    There's quite a few video players installed as default in OpenSUSE, but there doesn't seem to be any video editors. I've tried OpenMovie editor but that crashes when I try to export a video, and when trying to install LiVES it says there's a dependency conflict.

    Can anyone recommend any simple video editing software, something with just the functionality of Windows Movie Maker would be fine?

    I've got OpenSUSE 10.2 with KDE.

    Thanks for any advice.

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    Default Re: Video Editing Software

    On Sun, 22 Jun 2008 13:46:04 GMT
    TimDavies <TimDavies@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    > There's quite a few video players installed as default in OpenSUSE,
    > but there doesn't seem to be any video editors. I've tried OpenMovie
    > editor but that crashes when I try to export a video, and when trying
    > to install LiVES it says there's a dependency conflict.
    >
    > Can anyone recommend any simple video editing software, something with
    > just the functionality of Windows Movie Maker would be fine?
    >
    > I've got OpenSUSE 10.2 with KDE.
    >
    > Thanks for any advice.
    >
    >

    Hi
    Have a look at Kino (Should be at pacman)
    http://www.kinodv.org/

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    Default Re: Video Editing Software

    I have had very good luck with avidemux.

    Matthias

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Have a look at Kino (Should be at pacman)
    Linux Digital Video -
    Thanks, but that one was a little too complex for me.

    I have had very good luck with avidemux.
    I've installed it, and it does the job perfectly, thank you very much for the advice.

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    Default Re: Video Editing Software

    Quote Originally Posted by TimDavies View Post
    There's quite a few video players installed as default in OpenSUSE, but there doesn't seem to be any video editors. I've tried OpenMovie editor but that crashes when I try to export a video, and when trying to install LiVES it says there's a dependency conflict.
    Resurrecting an old thread, ... there is a list of Video editing software for openSUSE here:
    Video editing - openSUSE

    Note when it comes to dependency conflicts, one is best to setup their software repositories. ... In fact, IMHO, setting up one's repositories should be the very first thing one does after a successful openSUSE installation (assuming of course, that one has internet access one the PC with the fresh openSUSE installation). There is guidance here for setting up one's repositories:
    Repositories - openSUSE-Community

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