If you're into video editing, whether professionally or amateur, and you prefer to use Open Source tools, here's an article for you. Although is aimed to Fedora users, Pitivi is available in about all Linux distributions. https://fedoramagazine.org/edit-your-videos-with-pitivi-on-fedora Hope it's useful to you, and thanks for reading!
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