kino

Non-linear editor for Digital Video data
  http://www.kinodv.org/
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  14 reviews



Kino allows you to record, create, edit, and play movies recorded with DV camcorders. This program uses many keyboard commands for fast navigating and editing inside the movie.

The kino-timfx, kino-dvtitler and kinoplus sets of plugins, formerly distributed as separate packages, are now provided with Kino.
Latest reviews
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geertlpa168 3 years ago

Can't even open de vidoe files of my JVC digital camcorder. Pretty much useless to me. I remember 4 years ago it worked fine.

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kiama-mint 4 years ago

so goods

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sandromorettisandro 5 years ago

achei incrivel

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aguss 6 years ago

thank's :)

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Alibro 6 years ago

Brilliant! If you have an old Digital Video tape camcorder there is no alternative

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michelsaey 7 years ago

Easy to use.

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Ichag 7 years ago

openshot is much more better

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ulysses 7 years ago

if nothing works => kino

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silentnick 7 years ago

It's simple but get's the job done. I like it a lot :)

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Yuri 8 years ago

Yes, limited features

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wanda 8 years ago

It's easy to use, but comes with very limited features. I like OpenShot better. < my to.

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Elisa 8 years ago

Very cool :-)

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30ctsparer 8 years ago

It's easy to use, but comes with very limited features. I like OpenShot better.

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albert22 9 years ago

Kino is probably the best Linux video editor that I have used: 1. It doesn't crash often 2. It has many many features not found elsewhere 3. It is well documented 4. It captures video 5. It's interface is intuitive and doesn't resemble a 1980's video arcade game or Windows. For example, show me an editor with a 'dvtitler' that actually works, is previewed live and can stick the time and date of the footage onto the frame(s), other than Kino?