Hi, I know this is somewhat an impossible question. I'm looking for a good, free, extensive video editor for my Mac. iMovie just doesn't cut it (ha!). I could really use virtually unlimited tracks, not tied to any video conventions. So if I'd want to have a 16.35 fps, 834x152 px video, I should be able to get it. Now I've been searching and I think I found exactly what I need, but there's one problem... Can't run it on Mac. This is what I'd like: LiVES. It is made for Linux, but is advertised as now running on more Operating Systems. Unfortunately though, there is no such thing as a Mac version. But the source is out there, so I figured, surely there must be someone who can compile it? That, or maybe Kdenlive? Also runs on Linux, is said to run on Mac, but again, nobody ever attempted or succeeded to compile it or so I think. And there are several more. It's just terribly frustrating seeing a million powerful video editors there just out of reach and no way of getting it on Mac. LiVES says I can run it using dyne:bolic, but that doesn't work with Mac formatted harddisks (so what's the point of getting it). I tried creating a Guest PC with Ubuntu on Q (kju or whatever), to get it or Kdenlive or Cinelerra or Kino or whichever but a) it's slow and b) doesn't seem to have support for Apple Generic Keyboards. Anybody have any ideas? Maybe someone willing to compile a Mac port of something (and also willing to donate it back to the software creators, so they have finally a true Mac version)?