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Sat Oct 22 22:34:30 UTC 2016
On this subject, it would be nice to have a free video editor with
frame-accurate capabilities when dealing with H.264 (or HVAC) videos. Such
things seem to exist for Windows (at least for H.264) and probably Mac, but
not for Linux, AFAIK.
On Oct 22, 2016 4:22 PM, "Fernando Lopez" <fernando.lopezjr at gmail.com>
> what about cinelerra?
> On Sat, Oct 22, 2016 at 10:16 AM, Nicolas Kovacs <info at microlinux.fr>
>> Le 22/10/2016 à 10:07, bch at shroggslodge.freeserve.co.uk a écrit :
>> > Is it likely that we will see a move towards the latest release of
>> > Openshot please?
>> I had the same question recently. Openshot is a nifty little
>> application, but unfortunately it's not exactly a stable one and indeed
>> very crash-prone.
>> I've found no information as to how to build more recent sources. This
>> added to a general disappointment, so I looked for a replacement... and
>> found the Flowblade video editor. A lesser-known app, though really
>> great, and a perfect replacement for Openshot. You'll find the app and
>> all its dependencies on SBo.
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