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kino

Non-linear editor for Digital Video data
http://www.kinodv.org/
Score:
 12
14 reviews
Description:

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.

User reviews:
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geertlpa168
3 years ago
1 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.

kiama-mint
3 years ago
5 so goods

sandromorettisandro
4 years ago
5 achei incrivel

aguss
5 years ago
3 thank's :)

Alibro
6 years ago
5 Brilliant! If you have an old Digital Video tape camcorder there is no alternative

michelsaey
6 years ago
4 Easy to use.

Ichag
6 years ago
2 openshot is much more better

ulysses
6 years ago
5 if nothing works => kino

silentnick
6 years ago
4 It's simple but get's the job done. I like it a lot :)

Yuri
7 years ago
3 Yes, limited features

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

Elisa
8 years ago
5 Very cool :-)

30ctsparer
8 years ago
4 It's easy to use, but comes with very limited features. I like OpenShot better.

albert22
8 years ago
5 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?