Vivia is a video editing program for Linux and Windows. It provides extremely easy editing of clips and transitions in real-time, along with multi-camera support for editing scenes that were recorded by more than one camera simultaneously.
It includes the following features: efficient and easy editing of clips and transitions; “Multi-cam” edit mode: support for natural editing of scenes that were recorded by multiple cameras simultaneously, as is typical in music videos and interviews; Support for multiple “scenes” in a single movie project; it supports avi or dv video formats and allows for video editing with effects and transitions.
Further Reading & Resources
If you’re an independent film maker looking for cost-effective film production/editing solutions then you should definitely consider reading Lloyd Kaufman and Ashley Wren Collins’ book, Produce Your Own Damn Movie!
You might also want to consider Michael W. Dean’s quintessential $30 Film School: How to write, direct, produce, shoot, edit, distribute, tour with, and sell your own no-budget DIGITAL movie (Power!)
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