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Lightworks video editor: Another missing piece for Linux

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It seems, lately, that Linux is starting to gain a ton of momentum on the desktop. Although the kick off for this seems to point to Ubuntu Linux, it’s only been recently that a serious shift has occurred. Most would agree that shift is thanks to Steam. Nothing has managed to bring out the thrill and excitement from the world of Linux like a good blast of Steam. And deservedly so. For the first time in the history of Linux (though I do tip my hat to Loki Games and their brave attempt at bringing native game ports to the platform), games are getting serious attention.

Pro-quality video editing

Another type of software that is necessary for Linux to cement its place in both individual and business environments is a solid video editor. As an author of fiction, one of my jobs is to market not only myself, but my books. There are many ways to do this, one of which is video. To this day I have been using OpenShot for the editing of those videos. But lately, OpenShot isn’t cutting it.

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