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PiTiVi is an open source non-linear video editor, written in Python and based on GStreamer and GTK+.
Taking into account the fact that not everybody has the same knowledge of video editing, nor the same needs, PiTIVi provides several ways of creating and modifying a timeline. Ranging from a simple synopsis view (a-la iMovie) to the full-blown editing view (aka Complex View) which puts you in complete control of your editing.
PiTiVi can capture and encode audio and video, split and trim video clips, trim and enhance audio and render projects in any format supported by the GStreamer framework.
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first-time user, simple clip cutting of a simplescreenrecorder capture: after some orientation and looking up the keyboard shortcuts, cutting and exporting again worked without hiccup. can recommend
version: 0.999, dark gtk theme
A lot of progress to do but beautiful interface made in GTK3 ! A lot of potential to become the "Final cut pro" of GNOME.
I wanted to try PiTiVi because I heard it was going to be in the next Ubuntu release. I hope it has improved a lot towards it's stated goals of usability since the version in the 9.10 repos, because I couldn't figure out how to make it do anything useful at all. Kino works OK.
Simple and intuitive, but not very precise. It's like a fisher price video editor. Chromium has proven that just because it's intuitive doesn't mean it has to be annoying. If the PiTiVi devs just keep working on it, it'll be closer and closer to perfect. :)
Note: Removed the tags "adobe", "premiere", "cs4", etc. Alternatives belong in the alternatives section, not the tags.
Its a nice and simple interface, but it cannot do much, I would recommend Avidemux over this program.
Since PiTiVi is a non-linear editor (multiple tracks), that's not really an option. For better examples see here: http://alternativeto.net/tag/non-linear-editor/