Application Topic
   >  Introducing Video Editing
   >  Uploading Video
   >  Installing Kino
   >  Inserting Scenes in Kino
   >  Cutting Scenes in Kino
   >  Scene Transition in Kino
   >  Locating Scenes in Kino
   >  Exporting Video from Kino
   >  Installing KDEnlive
   >  Configuring KDEnlive
   >  Importing Clips into KDEnlive
   >  Editing Video in KDEnlive
   >  Editing Audio in KDEnlive
   >  Adding Transitions in KDEnlive
   >  Blending Video Tracks in KDEnlive
   >  Pan & Zoom in KDEnlive
   >  Rendering Video in KDEnlive
   >  Video Masking in KDEnlive

 

Installing the Kino Video Editing Software

What is Kino?

Kino is a basic video editor that allows you to cut and add scenes to your video footage, but little else. This is great for editing family camcorder videos or basic blogs but, if you need more advanced features, you will probably need to look elsewhere (-for example KDEnlive).

Kino is a basic video editor that allows you to cut and add scenes to your video footage

For those people not used to editing video, then Kino is a good place to start; once you have mastered the techniques and are ready for something more complex, then you can move on to something more complex.

As an example of the sort of basic editing that is possible with Kino, you can view this video on using TinyCore, which we edited using Kino.


Installing Kino on Fedora

On Fedora, you'll need to drop to the command line and enter the following:

$ sudo yum -y install kino

Once installed, you can invoke Kino by searching for the string "kino" in Activities area, then left-clicking the clapperboard icon:

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