Video compositing with Natron

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Natron is aimed at professional users, but it also provides ambitious amateur filmmakers with good set of tools. The node concept takes a bit of getting used to and requires some time for training. However, it pays off in the long run, because Natron can also create more complex effects.

In its current version, Natron does not yet offer the same rich set of features that its commercial competitors do. However, the developers are on the right track and version 1.0.0 is definitely worth a look.

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