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.
ffDiaporama is an application for assembling photos and videos. It is especially suitable for preserving memories of holidays. It was inspired by presentation software such as Impress or Powerpoint. It can read all image formats, most camera and camcorder video formats, and the most commonly used music formats. It includes 140 transitions and a device database to enable the videos to be correctly rendered for more than 50 models of video viewing devices (including smartphones, tablets, and home cinema systems). ffDiaporama can manage several hundred slides. Each slide can contain tens of shots and tens of blocks, with each shot containing its own block settings. The application itself calculates all the shot transformations.
Kigo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is a video converter and editor. It supports converting between popular video formats, including FLV, MPEG1, MPEG2, MP4, 3GP, 3G2, MOV, AVI, M2TS, MPEG TS/TP (for HD Video), and M4V with good output quality and high conversion speed. It can also edit videos by clipping, splitting and merging videos, or adding special video effects.