By Joe Brockmeier for Ars Technica
Video editing on Linux has long gotten a bad rap. A few years ago, the only real options for video editing were either deeply limited in features and polish, or incredibly complex to set up and use.
While Linux still lacks a direct competitor to tools like Apple’s iMovie or Final Cut Pro, the current crop of video editing tools are much more capable and easy-to-use. Two tools in particular stand out: PiTiVi and Kdenlive. Both suites are under active development and look promising. In this article, we’ll take a look at what both of these tools can and can’t do.