You can now create and edit video in Ubuntu using PiTiVi (see Figure 6.13). It is not installed by default, but a quick search for “PiTiVi Video Editor” in the Ubuntu Software Center gets you started. You may import any video clip in any format that is supported by GStreamer, the main multimedia framework used in Ubuntu. This should include the files created by your digital camera, which should mount in Ubuntu as a storage device, making the transfer of the files from the camera to your computer quick and easy. PiTiVi lets you move scenes around, cut things, add your own soundtrack, and more.