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    Smile Fully featured video editing software.

    Hey Pros!

    I am looking for a fully featured video editing software to insert comments, mix music in, cut and convert my videos to the formats I wish. It should be the most complete and actual software around. Anything worth buying/trying?
    Really - the price doesn't matter here. My people and me need the Best of the Best.

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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask
    Hey Pros!

    I am looking for a *fully featured* video editing software to insert
    comments, mix music in, cut and convert my videos to the formats I wish.
    It should be the most complete and actual software around. Anything
    worth buying/trying?
    Really - the price doesn't matter here. My people and me need the *Best
    of the Best*.

    Hit me with recomendations!
    Hi
    Avidemux from packman http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/

    I have packaged up in rpm format Handbrake http://handbrake.fr/ If this
    looks interesting I can provide a link to the src rpm which you can
    rebuild as an rpm for you system.

    I also packaged up Gnome-Subtitles
    http://gnome-subtitles.sourceforge.net/ which is available from the
    opensuse search.

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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    @microchip8: Err... that's a software I've been working with, but this seems to be... a forum for LINUX, right?
    Thanks though.

    I'll try Avidemux and Handbrake. Other recommendations are still very welcome.
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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by microchip8 View Post
    Will these apps work on 11.1 or do I need wine to run them?

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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask View Post
    @microchip8: Err... that's a software I've been working with, but this seems to be... a forum for LINUX, right?
    Thanks though.

    I'll try Avidemux and Handbrake. Other recommendations are still very welcome.
    you did not deliberately stated in your question that you only want open source/Linux software. Also, I doubt that any of the open source solutions will come close to what some of the proprietary ones can do. Also, you said that $$$ is not an issue. Remember that open source (virtually all of it) is costless and I doubt any of the video editing open source software will charge you anything

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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by silkmaze View Post
    Will these apps work on 11.1 or do I need wine to run them?
    You need Windows, I doubt wine can handle those, though I'm not sure

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    Hear, hear to what MC said
    I stumbled across this article, I'll let you decide on the conclusion but for me it was pretty conclusive.

    Just Thinking About Getting Into Linux | Novell User Communities
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    If I've helped click on the Rep button I don't know what it does but it sounds cool.

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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Avidemux from packman Avidemux - Main Page

    I have packaged up in rpm format Handbrake HandBrake If this
    looks interesting I can provide a link to the src rpm which you can
    rebuild as an rpm for you system.

    I also packaged up Gnome-Subtitles
    Gnome Subtitles | Video subtitling for the GNOME desktop which is available from the
    opensuse search.
    Where do you have the rpm for handbrake. I have used it on occasion and would like to use it on 11.1.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Fully featured video editing software.

    Quote Originally Posted by silkmaze
    malcolmlewis;2011709 Wrote:
    > Hi
    > Avidemux from packman 'Avidemux - Main Page'
    > (http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/)
    >
    > I have packaged up in rpm format Handbrake 'HandBrake'
    > (http://handbrake.fr/) If this
    > looks interesting I can provide a link to the src rpm which you can
    > rebuild as an rpm for you system.
    >
    > I also packaged up Gnome-Subtitles
    > 'Gnome Subtitles | Video subtitling for the GNOME desktop'
    > (http://gnome-subtitles.sourceforge.net/) which is available from the
    > opensuse search.
    >


    Where do you have the rpm for handbrake. I have used it on occasion and
    would like to use it on 11.1.

    Thanks.
    I've updated the svn to Revision 2679 and placed a src rpm here;
    <http://www.fileden.com/files/2009/4/6/2393623/RPMs/handbrake-0.9.3-svn20090709.1.src.rpm>
    It contains the relevant library files as well hence the 25MB size.

    Changes were;
    - svn revision 2679
    - added new contrib downloads
    - Fixed documentation
    - Added new build requirement libwebkit-devel

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