A cross-platform video editor supports many video, audio and image formats based on FFmpeg
Pros & Cons:
OpenShot is a free, open-source video editor for Linux, OS X and Windows licensed under the GPL version 3.0. It mainly supports many video, audio, and image formats based on FFmpeg. There are several features differentiating it from others.
- Unlimited tracks / layers, which expands the capability of editors' imagination
- 3D Animated Titles, after using the open-source package of Blender
- Key Frame animation,
- Over 20 other video effects
There are 2 addons for downloading, AV Linux Live DVD and PPA. The former one is free custom shop modded and rodded 32bit PAE computer Operating System designed to turn a regular old (or fairly new) PC or Intel Mac into an Audio/Graphics/Video workstation appliance and the later one will only be used when users' OS is Ubuntu 9.10 and above. Like Avidemux, it's not a easy editing tool for those who are not familiar with encoding, FFmpeg stuff.
OpenShot was reviewed by Gizmos Freeware on