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Anyone know of a good multi-track video editor for Linux?

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Anonymous
August 15, 2005 9:54:38 PM

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Umm... Anyone? I need a DVD authoring tool as well.

I want to see if there's something there to invest in or if it's just toys.

And don't you dare tell me to write one because I don't have to so why
should I. If I wanted to be in the software writing industry... Oh, I AM in
the software writing industry... I still don't want to try and write a
whole video editing suite. I'd much rather buy one that's done and done
well.

Tom P.
Anonymous
August 15, 2005 9:54:39 PM

Archived from groups: rec.video.desktop (More info?)

"Henry Padilla" <padillah@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:yF4Me.1261$Z%6.319@newssvr17.news.prodigy.com...
> Umm... Anyone? I need a DVD authoring tool as well.
>
> I want to see if there's something there to invest in or if it's just
> toys.
>
> And don't you dare tell me to write one because I don't have to so why
> should I. If I wanted to be in the software writing industry... Oh, I AM
> in the software writing industry... I still don't want to try and write a
> whole video editing suite. I'd much rather buy one that's done and done
> well.
>
> Tom P.
>

You might want to check out the free "OpenVIP" project. I
found it in the www.videohelp.com Editors listing. There are
Linix listings also, but I haven't checked them out, the OpenVIP
works in windows also.

Luck;
Ken
!