A video editor, such as openshot, allows you to edit and manipulate videos using graphical tools.

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How can I make a new video out of specific bits from a video CD?

I have a video CD (VCD), and there are specific parts I'm interested in: a few seconds here, a few seconds there. I'd like to extract only those bits, into a new video file (or files). How can I do ...
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Video editor with bubble annotations

I use the annotations feature of YouTube a lot, but I want to get away from flash and start hosting my videos using html5. So I need to create those bubbles and embed them in the video using an ...
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Application for slicing video [duplicate]

I'm using PiTiVi to edit a long lecture, and I'd like to split it into manageable chunks, then rearrange the pieces. However, I don't see a good way to do that in PiTiVi; apparently, I would have to ...
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How to convert MPG4 video?

What MPG4 converters are available for Ubuntu 10.10? I have tried all that are in the Software Centre and none will work. I have a flip camera and it records in MPG4, which I have trouble with on ...
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A good video editor/creation tool [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Video editing on Ubuntu I'm looking for a good video editor/creation app for Ubuntu. Something similar to that on Windows would work just fine for my purposes. I would ...
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Any good sites explaining how to use PiTiVi?

I have played around with it a bit... but still could use some help.
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Is it possible to import DV video using Firewire?

I know there are several video editing programs: PiTiVi, Openshot, etc However I am unsure if I can transfer video footage from a DV tape to my computer. In other operating systems (with the correct ...
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Is there an easy way to edit gtk-recordMyDesktop videos?

gtk-recordMyDesktop outputs .ogv files that seem perfectly fine - they work well in Totem and VLC. However, if I try to edit them in openshot or kdenlive, the editor either crashes (kdenlive) or won't ...