You could use Blender as a Free Pro Video Editor Software for your Linux, Mac or Windows. However, must people find it a little intimidating to even give it a try. Here come Lightworks, it as been used in major Hollywood feature films, which will give it boost in popularity with the Linux users. As far as I am concern, the more the better. Professional Video Editing software required high-end microprocessor with a lot of ram to be able to work to their full capability. There are some Core i7 Laptops that would do a good job. Get yourself a good computer and you are set with either Blender or Lightworks for your Professional Video Editing Software. Use the money you are saving on the software to acquire a better hardware.
What's your favorite Free Pro Video Editing Software?
"Lightworks is a professional NLE system for editing and mastering of movies in 2K and 4K resolutions as well as television productions in PAL, NTSC and high-definition formats. Lightworks was an early developer of computer-based non-linear editing systems, and has been in development since 1989.
The program is currently available for Windows. The release of an open source version, as well as ports to Linux and Mac OS X were announced in May 2010, but the release date of December 2011 was postponed to 30 October 2012 (Alpha release). Despite the promises, no source code has yet been released."
I am going to SHARE a comment posted on necopost.com by one of my reader who seem to be a Field Dependent Learner, which is OK.
Anonymous12/24/2012 10:03:00 PM
Looks cool but the author, Mr. Salem R., misses the spirit of linux: sharing with others. If everyone, from Linus Torvalds to the creators of Gnome and all the great free linux software, just showed you the good stuff on Youtube but never really shared it with you, how would you feel, Mr. Salem R.? Maybe like many readers of your posts, waiting for months to get some meaningful how-to from you and getting nothing but some confusing mumbo-jumbo. What is the point of posting this, really? To show everyone how great you are? You may be great, but you are alone in the linux community and never really understood what linux is about.
I choose to reply to this comment on the front page in case someone else with similar misunderstanding opinion happen to exist.
Let me start by saying thank you for reading and commenting on my posts. Your comments are always welcome. Now, regarding your comment.
"If everyone, from Linus Torvalds to the creators of Gnome and all the great free linux software, just showed you the good stuff on Youtube but never really shared it with you, how would you feel, Mr. Salem R.?"
I would feel normal. Come to think of it, that exactly what happen with me. Those cool computer interface you keep seeing in those awesome science fiction movies, there are no how-to or actual working codes freely available to download for the public. I just saw them on my monitor just like you saw my YouTube videos. I got inspired, use my will to learn, understand and innovate. And end up making my own real cool working computer desktop, plus I learned a lot of new things in the process. It is a shame that you were unwilling to enjoy the same experience when presented with a similar situation.
"What is the point of posting this, really? To show everyone how great you are?"
All my "Cool Futuristic Desktop" are concepts. The best medium for SHARING them was YouTube. That's why they are uploaded to YouTube. the purpose was and still is to inspire and show the potential for future Linux Desktop design. So, the goals were fully met. I am just a simple innovative thinker. I am well aware of the capabilities of computers in our current time. So, as far as I am concern, I am still computer illiterate.
You accusing me of "missing the spirit of Linux". Well try writing your buddy Linus Torvalds at your "Linux Community" for an how to. You'll see how much "Spirit of Linux" he'll be willing to share with you.
Sure, I may be "alone in the Linux Community" as you tried to point out. But that is perfectly fine with me. Beside, I am a Field Independent Learner, I am more creative and learn better that way.
I am sorry to hear you have been "waiting for months" instead of trying to move forward with your own innovative design and learn a lots of cool stuff during the process. You do know it's actually possible to accomplish even if don't have some fancy computer coding, programming or design college degree. Technically, you have been waiting on yourself.
I just found myself looking for the terminal after a fresh new windows 7 install. lol
Sure there is a "cmd". But 5 years ego, this wouldn't be the first thing I would be looking for after a fresh installed. Blame Linux.
You know what? I am not going to install an antivirus. Just for the heck of it.
Question of the day:
Can you survive on windows without an antivirus software?