Kdenlive is an acronym for KDE Non-Linear Video Editor. It is primarily aimed at the GNU/Linux platform but also works on BSD and MacOS. It is currently being ported to Windows as a GSOC project.
Kdenlive has been a popular non-linear video editor in the Linux world for a very long time, but the developers have also recently released a first Windows port.
The build doesnt skimp on functions: theres a full multi-track timeline and an array of effects and transitions to explore.
Analysis tools on hand include histograms, audio meters, waveforms, vectorscopes and more, and a configurable interface enables rearranging all of this to suit your needs.
We grabbed a copy. Theres no installation required, just unzip and run Kdenlive.exe. Except, well, that didnt work. The program requires FFmpeg to import and export media, and thats not included by default. This is what we had to do.