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Thread: Can I run Corel Video Studio x5 on Ubuntu?

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    Can I run Corel Video Studio x5 on Ubuntu?

    Hello - I'm at the shall I, shan't I stage. I want to know, will moving from Windows 7 to Ubuntu mean I have to bin my VSx5? If so will I be able to play/edit the stuff I have on a Linux equivalent? How about Sony's Play Memories which I use a lot to handle photo's and videos?
    Thank you for all helpful information.

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    Re: Can I run Corel Video Studio x5 on Ubuntu?

    http://alternativeto.net/software/ul...platform=linux

    Apparently there's no native version and the Windows version hasn't been tested with Wine. the "emulator".

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    Re: Can I run Corel Video Studio x5 on Ubuntu?

    Take the practical step of dual booting. Follow that with a slow transition. You may find that you cannot fully make the switch over. A lot of Linux users are in that position. Some of us use Windows at our place of employment. We do not join a cult when we install Ubuntu. It is not a crime to make use of more than one computer operating system. Not if we have paid for it or it is free to download and install. Use both systems.

    Regards.
    It is a machine. It is more stupid than we are. It will not stop us from doing stupid things.
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    Re: Can I run Corel Video Studio x5 on Ubuntu?

    Ok, thanks - still chewing it over??

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    Re: Can I run Corel Video Studio x5 on Ubuntu?

    lightworks, openshot, flowblade, kdenlive, blender (<-- this one might be overkill) - videos

    digikam, shotwell, f-spot and gthumb - picture organising
    Easy to understand Ubuntu manual with lots of pics: http://ubuntu-manual.org/
    Do i need antivirus/firewall in linux?
    User friendly disk backup: Redobackup

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