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Linux is a big deal in modern movie-making. Whether you're a hobbyist or a professional, you can find Linux software that meets your needs. The current state of Linux video editing 2018 It's pretty well known that Linux is a big deal in modern movie making. Linux is the standard base, a literal industry standard[2] for digital effects but, like all technology with momentum, it seems that the process of cutting footage still defaults mostly to a non-Linux platform. Slowly, however, as artists seek to simplify and consolidate the post-production pipeline, Linux video editing is gaining in popularity. It can be difficult to talk about video editing objectively because it means so many different things to different people. For instance, to some people a video editing application must be able to generate fancy animated

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