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Old 12th June 2024, 15:28   #1  |  Link
nji
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Virtualdub2: Is there comparable editor for Linux?

For years I quite often use Virtualdub2 for indeep video editing.
It's about restoration, improving in any kind
(colors, brightness, contrast, stabilizing (HQ using FoV),
deinterlacing, fps change, ... you name it).
Using many kind of external filters, sometimes even avisynth.

Now I'm changing to Linux and wonder if there is an editor
which allow indeep manipulation like VirtualDub2.

I found Kdenlive, Shotcut and OpenShot.
But all of them seem to more about handling many videos/ tracks
at once, offering only restricted filter abilities.

If you know what I'm about: Can anyone tell me if there is
a good substitude for Virtualdub2?
Or should I stick at it, using it per Wine?

TIA!

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