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  1. Freelance scientist Chemist116's Avatar
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    So far what I've been doing for video editing was ffmpeg. While it is good for appending pieces of video. It isn't exactly what I want to use for video editing. The only reason why I use ffmpeg is that uses command line and it takes few ram usage. However it doesn't offer the flexibility to do more complex jobs. Thus could someone recommend me a lightweight foss video editor?.

    I know Openshot is foss but upon reading its minimum system requirments it seems that my humble NB505 at 2GB of ram will not handle it well. I'm using windows 7 so any help on this matter would be appreciated.
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    Maybe VidCutter, which is a GUI based on ffmpeg, would work if relatively simple editing is all you actually need. If you need a real NLE or VidCutter uses too many resources, then you need a more powerful computer.
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