Cinelerra-GG Infinity

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Cinelerra-GG Infinity

https://www.cinelerra-gg.org
Advanced video editing software for Linux

Cinelerra-GG Infinity is the best known and most advanced branch of the video editing software Cinelerra. It has forked because the differences between the branches are now too big due to the many improvements and advancements.

It is a classic NLE, with the ability to edit video and audio. It has features like 8K editor, LV2 support and others Calf Studio Gear, works with smart folders, can motion tracking and motion graphics, has FFmpeg integrated, has advanced trim features, can render in many different formats and supports some presets like rendering for YouTube.

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