Is it possible to install Linux programs on Android
I have a keen interest in making short movies of my outdoor sport/recreation, and I am looking to install some video editing software on my Android smartphone.
It is a Hauwei Ascend Y320 (4.2.2 Jellybean OS, dual-core processor etc).
Now Google Play has quite a few apps in the search result 'movie maker' or 'video editor', however there are dozens of clones on the stock Android movie maker app 'Movie Studio', which only allows very basic features, such as trimming, add one audio track, add photos to video collection etc.
But I need more features to efficiently edit my videos.
I have been using 'Movie Aid' and it is quite good, by far the best I have used. It has provision for trimming, transitions, photo, video, multiple music tracks, slow/fast motion, text, credtits, subtitles (including image overlay), and audio volume adjustment, etc.
I also use 'AndroiD StudiO' which is a video editor app, not a timeline style movie maker. It does splitting, trimming, filters, cropping, slow/fast motion, audio adjustment, add text to videos, extract video/audio, and much more...
Now that brings me to my question, can I install Linux OS on Android, and then install Linux programs (such as 'Openshot video editor')...
And if you think I should just edit videos on a computer... well I have a Windows 7 Acer laptop, however, as I spend a lot of time in remote ares on camping trips, I need to be able to edit videos easily on the go/in the field. (As when camping, I don't have access to mains power of, so I can't charge my laptop, once the battery runs flat).
Hope someone can point me in the right direction...