I'm looking for video editing software with a GUI that will fit my needs.
I've downloaded the video of the public comments from our most recent local city council meeting. 17 people gave public comments.
Here's basically what I want to do:
- Create 16 breakpoints, separating each individual's comments.
- Select/highlight those 17 clips.
- Click 'export selected clips to directory'.
- Choose the directory and click 'save'.
- Go to the grocery store .
- Get home & go to the folder on my computer with 17 files named
- Upload them to my site / youtube / whatever.
I'm using Ubuntu 19.10.
- I have tried Kdenlive, which just froze when adding a 30-minute video, and I don't know if it has batch export anyway
- I tried Blender, and couldn't figure out a way to batch export like this. I was able to export clips one at a time, but it was extremely cumberson
- I'm now using Shotcut, which has made exporting clips one at a time super easy, but I can't figure out how to (or if I can do) a batch export as described above
I've looked at several different articles about editing software, and I can't seem to find this functionality listed. I'm not sure I'm searching with the correct terms.
- Is there software for linux / ubuntu that will do what I want (with a GUI)? Which software?
- If Shotcut can do it, how?
My preference is open source software. Free, too.