Wanting to quickly edit a video (add a soundtrack) today, I tried out some of the video editors on offer through the repositories.
"Openshot" as well as "Flowblade" are on offer but ..... both are highly unstable and crash often.
On top i.e Openshot has a qt dependent interface, which by itself isn't bad but it renders horribly on Elive.
Of course there's "Blender" ... actually not an easy option nor is it made for simple editing in the first place.
Me, I ended up editing the videos using "ffmpeg" on the command line. Which I found fast and easy enough but I gather there are some CML-phobic linux users out there.
If anyone's interested, I created a text file with what I was doing (I always do that as a reminder) and put it up here:
This is NOT an exhaustive Howto only short jots by me, for me as I hobble along getting to where I want to be. Eventually it can be made into a Howto if there's demand.
The question is: