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Bob_Bobington
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kdenlive?

Dessalines
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I’ve used this a good amount, and its solid. Very easy to use.

@kt1
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@linkert
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Reason why I have not tried kdenlive is the amount of dependencies and its integration to kde desktop…

Appimage?

@Echedenyan
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31Y

Or Flatpak

Subversivo
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kdenlive is the best you can get. even if it’s uses Qt/KSE dependences it adapt it’s look to match the GTK styles.

@BadgerInATrenchcoat
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KdenLive 100%

@decaprecated
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I’ve found kdenlive the easiest for simple video editing like your use case, but like you said if you’re not using kde it probably has a bunch of dependencies. There’s also olive which I didn’t see mentioned in this thread but I haven’t used it enough to give it a fair review. And you could probably use just ffmpeg especially if you tend to do the same operations on a large amount of media.

@decaprecated
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https://kdenlive.org

https://olivevideoeditor.org

They all seem to be in Debian repos and available as alternative pkgs as well (appimage/flatpak)

Valf
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51Y

Shotcut maybe ?

https://shotcut.org/

IngrownMink4
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11Y

That’s a good one!

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@putana
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At first glance it looks overwhelmed. But it has good docs, tutorials and once you get familiar with available options and required functions it would become easy to use. From my experience shotcut is easier to use than kdenlive.

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OpenShot it’s similar to Pitivi, but it’s a bit unstable and if I’m honest, I prefer Blender or Kdenlive.

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@v162
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Davinci Resolve ?

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@nogerine
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Blender?

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