Best 3 Video Editors for Linux

Article By Oussama Krifa
You are a Linux user and you are searching for a free open source alternative to the most known video editing software which are available only for Windows in paid versions.
Today I want to show you three of the best Video Editors for Linux from the simplest to the most professional.
PiTiVi, LiVES and KDEnLive

PiTiVi
PiTiVi is a free video editing software for beginners. It is simple and fast handling. It covers all the basic operations and features that can be applied to make a good video. I can be used also to make video slideshow by mounting small films (very common on current cameras), photos and music.
It is based on GStreamer and it accepts a variety of media formats.
Interface:
PiTiVi has a beautiful, intuitive and ergonomically designed user interface. It is made to be simple to use and to start with. You can begin by adding little video sequences, add a background music, add some effects and render your project.

Features:
PiTiVi offers many features such as:

Welcome dialog that helps you start a project or load recent projects in two clicks.
Ability to create presets for project settings and rendering.
Ability to preview video, audio and image files directly in the file chooser before importing: this is useful when you don’t remember the name of a file you wanted to import, or when you’re just “looking around” for media to use in your project en development).
General clip manipulation such as Trimming, Snapping, Splitting/cutting and Ripple edits/roll edits.
Video clips manipulation such as Video effects, Opacity keyframe curves and Video thumbnails.
Audio clips manipulation such as Sound mixing of multiple concurrent audio layers, Trimming, splitting/cutting, Volume keyframe curves, Audio effects and Audio waveforms.
Unlimited video/audio track layers
Full undo/redo history
Ability to specify custom aspect ratios and framerates
Frame stepping, keyboard controls and shortcuts

Installation:
On most Linux distributions, PiTiVi may be

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