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Article from Issue 206/2018

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Linux has a way of keeping things real. You can pay a lot for proprietary software if you listen to the people who sell it, but before you flash your debit card, be sure you can't find a free Linux tool that does the same thing. Multimedia tools are an especially lucrative market for software vendors. If you come from a Windows or Mac environment, you can pay hundreds of dollars for audio and video applications. What better reason to turn to Linux, where similar tools are free and often easier to use. This month we explore some audio and video tools for the Linux environment, including the Audacity sound editor and the convenient FFmpeg command-line video-editing utility.

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