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In the category "Video" includes articles about programs for viewing, creating and editing video. various media centers and players. Codecs, software configuration, and so on
Natron - open-source compositing software
Natron is node system video composition, the functionality is close to such programs as Adobe AfterEffects and Nuke by the Foundry. In addition Natron can act as a host for OpenFX plugins, and used
Ace Stream Media 3 - VLC player with BitTorrent support
Usually we use the torrent trackers to download videos to your computer. This record interesting television programs, sports, documentaries, concerts and more. What if you really want to quickly

Edited by: Shekin - 20-09-2017, 05:31
Reason: Added information for Linux Mint 18.x

QtCAM - open source Linux webcam software
This Qt Linux camera software application provides easier user interface for capturing and viewing video from devices supported by Linux UVC driver. It would also work with any V4L2 compatible device.
sView - stereoscopic media player
sView is an open-source cross-platform media player / viewer with additional features for displaying stereoscopic content. It supports 360-degrees spherical and cubemap panoramas, images and videos
OpenShot - free non-linear video editor
OpenShot can take your videos, photos, and music files and help you create the film you have always dreamed of. Easily add sub-titles, transitions, and effects, and then export your film to DVD,
VLC Player upgrade to 2.2.1 now possible
VLC Player that is on Linux Mint is of version 2.1.6. This version cannot play H-265 video formats (matroska - .mkv). To be able to play video files of such nature, upgrade your VLC Player to 2.2.1.
Kodi - Powerful media centre for Linux Mint
Kodi is designed to be the perfect companion for your HTPC (abbreviation: Home Theatre Personal Computer), a personal computer, equipped with software and in some cases hardware, allowing to use it

Edited by: Shekin - 1-11-2016, 09:12
Reason: New information added

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