Olexiy Tykhomyrov and Denys Tonkonog
the process of building and installing Kino, a video editing application
in an article on Linux Journal.
"Kino is not a monolith program, but it does call some extra stuff and uses many libraries while running. A tree of the main dependencies is shown below in Figure 1. In order to compile Kino successfully, you have to install all the needed packages beforehand and compile them from source. Hopefully, the configuration script will help you determine the required software.
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