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written by Granpire viking man on Sep 15, 2007 01:58
I have done a couple of LEGO movies using stop motion photography, and I used Windoze Movie Maker to put the pictures in sequence. Now I use Linux, and I think WMM is buggy and lacking features, especially in the fact that it can only import Microsoft video formats. I wish I could import Quicktime video files, as that is the format of my digital camera.

So what I need is:

A video editor that can import picture files(JPEG) into the sequence. Also it should be stable enough to manage huge numbers of pictures in a row.

What I want is:

The capability to import Quicktime video files.

It should run under Linux, but if it runs in Windoze I can manage, through Wine or VirtualBox.
written by Stellanaut on Sep 15, 2007 05:44
I have no clue about quicktime or linux compatibility. Some things to look for though are RAD video tools, and maybe some gif software?
written by Skarr on Sep 16, 2007 15:33
what you want to do is google somthing like: video sequencer linux. you would end up with a link like this: http://loll.sourceforge.net/linux/links/Audio-Video/index.html also if you planing to 'convert' the quicktime video, convert it into a non lossy format.

have fun editing.
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