Kino is a non-linear video editor for Linux that allows the user to import DV or SMIL files into a storyboard, that can be dragged onto the timeline. It is also possible to capture video via firewire e.g. from a CamCorder. You can add effects to your clips such as audio/video filters and audio/video transitions.
Once the user has finished editing their video, they can export it in a variety of formats (MPEG). It is possible to transfer the video through IEEE 1394, or output still frames, audio, into a dv file or to mpeg.
Kino's web site is http://kinodv.org/
yast -i intltool libdv-devel libraw1394-devel libavc1394-devel libiec61883-devel libsamplerate-devel libxml2-devel
- Get the source
- Unpack the source
tar xvzf kino-1.3.3.tar.gz cd kino-1.3.3/
- build the source
- to be able to save movies as MPGs, you need to install mpeg2enc