The Lumiera project strives to create a video/film editing solution usable for professional grade productions, e.g. a documentary or feature film. The main focus is on supporting large scale and complicated project setups and to add the actual media processing in an open plugin-based manner Lumiera was born out of the Cinlelerra community. It started as a partial rework of the Cinelerra codebase, but then quickly turned into a complete re-engineering. It has been underway for almost 3 years, and has a substantial body of working code, but is not yet ready for end users.
LongoMatch is a sports video analysis tool for coaches to assist them in making game video analysis. You can tag the most important plays of the game and group them by categories to study each detail of the game strategy. A list with all the tagged plays lets you review them with a simple click, even in slow motion. The timeline gives a quick overview of the game and lets you adjust the lead and lag time of each play frame by frame. LongoMatch has support for playlists, an easy way to create presentations with plays from different games. You can create new videos with your favorite plays using the video editing feature.
The dvdauthor module allows you to create a structure of menus, titles, and titlesets (including the VMGM menu) in an object-oriented manner. It can cross-reference commands (typically in <pre> and <post> tags in the dvdauthor .xml) with the actual location of a particular video. For example: "jump f:%s" % thismenu.id would be turned into "jump titleset 2 menu 3" if it was added to the second titleset as the third menu. This allows you to build complex interactive DVDs.
The Open Movie Editor is designed to be a simple tool that provides basic movie making capabilities. It aims to be powerful enough for the amateur movie artist, yet easy to use. It is a non-linear video editor that features several video and audio tracks where clips can be manipulated using the mouse.
Positron is a video editing application based on Blender. It supports real-time HD and SD editing, an easy-to-learn, user-friendly, intuitive user interface, professional colour correction, DVD authoring, sound editing, a full complement of transitions and fades, editing proxies, renderfarm ability, node-based composition, and much more.
SubTimer is an easy-to-use subtitle editor based on SubStation Alpha, an abandoned freeware project for Windows. It features simple editing (cut, copy, paste, line split and merge, insert, and delete), time shifting for shifting a range of subtitles by a specified amount of time, timing based on an audio file (the audio wave is displayed on the screen, and the user can pick the start and end times by clicking on it), and UniCode support. It supports Substation Alpha (srt), SubRip (ssa), and plain text subtitle formats.