5 Best Video Editing Software On Linux - Fosslicious

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

5 Best Video Editing Software On Linux

Linux-based operating systems have many alternative applications from paid operating systems such as Windows. One of them is in the field of video editing. There are many kinds of free and paid software that can be used for video editing purposes on the Linux platform.
5 Best Video Editing Software On Linux
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To choose a Video Editor, I usually start with the application that is the easiest to use and light to run. But there are many choices of video editing software that you can choose as in the points I wrote below!

One of the free and open source software that is powerful. and I've also discussed it, in a post titled "Kdenlive, Software For Editing And Making Videos". Kdenlive is perfect for those of you who are learning video editing, because this software is easy to learn. When this article was created, this video editor is available for several Linux distributions.

To get Kdenlive, you can visit the official website. And besides being available for various Linux distributions, Kdenlive is also available in Flatpak, Appimage, and Snap packages. In making a tutorial video on the Fosslicious youtube channel, also still using this software.

OpenShot is a video editor software with a very simple display and easy to use. There are several default effects and transitions that you can use in this software. In my opinion, OpenShot already meets your needs in simple video editing. You can use OpenShot on several platforms such as Windows, Mac and Linux.

If you are looking for a stable and lightweight video editor for Linux distributions. Flowblade is one of the recommendations for you besides Open Shot. This video editing software was developed specifically for the Linux platform, so it doesn't support Windows or OS X. You can get flowblades for free on the webpage!

Lightworks is one of the video editing software that is widely used by professionals. There are 2 versions available on the official website, namely Lightworks Free and Pro. Lightworks is available for Windows, OS X and Linux platforms. So, for you Linux users who are looking for a video editor that has many features. Lightworks is one that you can try!.

Davinci Resolve is a video editor that I consider a competitor of adobe premiere Pro. You can use this video editor for free, but there is also a paid version, namely Davinci Resolve Studio with more complete feature support for those of you who are professionals in the field of video editing. Davinci Resolve can be installed on Linux, Windows, and OS X.