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If you can code something, a possible solution (inspired by Benjamin Pierce's unison tool) could be to compute some hash (e.g. MD5) for every file, keep it in some database (perhaps using sqlite or redis or gdbm), sort that database by MD5 hashes, and compare the contents of every file with the same MD5 hash. You could also get some inspiration (or borrow ...


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Do try using the free version of the VSDC video editor that is available from https://www.videosoftdev.com/. I have been using its basic abilities for some months now with excellent results; I have just checked to find that it also does motion graphics.


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In my experience kdenlive handles the preview pretty wel. Its also not really complex for a video editor and is quite capable in terms of features.


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