Kdenlive might not be best video editor software in existence, and it has some pretty annoying limitations, but in my experience from all the free video editors for Linux I have tried it has been, by far, the easiest to learn and use, and it has pretty decent multitracking support, so it ought to suffice for many smaller projects.
Kdenlive is not intuitive; start with Project>Add clip if you have something already recorded. Then make sure you have the right number of video and audio channels before adding the clip to the timeline. Then save the Project before you start any editing and save frequently. I particularly like the ease with which you can step backwards or forwards with the arrow keys frame by frame so that you can make very precise edits. I generally find, depending on the encoding of the clips you use, that it takes at least twice the time of the video to render it to your chosen format.
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