Open Source/Free Software Video Editing Software?

Can someone help me out here?

I’d like to import video from my camera (firewire) as either DV or run through my favorite codec, and write it to disk.

I would then like to be able to crop, cut, and paste certain frames from the whole movie and store them as “clips” or some similar containers. These “clips” could be separated by transitional animations.

The audio should be easy to cut, paste and use text, video or stills to represent the audio clip.

The tool should output ogg data.

I expect that Mr. Snorptaculous would be of use as reference to implementing such a beast. But don’t quote me on it.

Oh. it should be done on Gnome with Mono, IMHO.

Edit, 08/06, 16:59:
14:33 < khaled__> cj, http://www.diva-project.org

Edit, 08/06, 08:04:
07:03 <sazu> http://openmovieeditor.sf.net/

related blog:
http://propirate.net/oracle/archives/category/my-projects/open-movie-editor/

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