I want to edit videos, including cutting, cropping, moving, rotating, resizing, overlaying text, changing speed and volume, the usual stuff. Maybe also trapezoidal correction. Keyframes are also pretty much needed. Now the problem: All video editors I found either don't have these features or are one of these:
- I used DaVinci Resolve on my Windows PC, but now I use Linux. Resolve is available for Linux, but it seems to require extra hardware for things like hearing sound and might not even work on Debian (I didn't manage to properly install it).
- KDEnlive freezes when clicking "play" after clicking in an empty area of the timeline, which makes it pretty much unusable.
- OpenShot was my best choice, until I actually tried to use it: I can't scroll past 18 hours, I can't get moving and resizing to work (it uses some percentages that I don't understand and that automatically round), I can't select multiple elements to move them or do other things with all of them, it's generally not nice to use and, in the case of what I tried to do today, it has many problems with image sequences (but that can likely be resolved differently).
Is there a video editing program with a proper feature palette (not just putting a few clips together) that actually works on Linux?
Update: DaVinci Resolve is now available for Linux, but it's not playing back any media for me. I'll report that bug and update again here once I get an answer.