Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 7th Jul 2009 09:54 UTC
Multimedia, AV KDEnLive 0.7.5 was released a few days ago, so I installed it on my Ubuntu machine to see how the app has been progressed since the last time I tried it. KDEnLive is the most actively developed, and easiest to use Linux video editor. Its UI resembles Sony Vegas in many ways; if you know how to use Vegas, you won't have trouble with KDEnLive.
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RE[2]: Pitivi
by ddennedy on Tue 7th Jul 2009 18:48 UTC in reply to "RE: Pitivi"
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FYI, OpenShot uses the same "engine" as Kdenlive: MLT (through its Python binding).

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RE[3]: Pitivi
by tjh123 on Wed 8th Jul 2009 04:02 in reply to "RE[2]: Pitivi"
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You're right, Dan. ;) Often libraries and frameworks on the "background" of all these nice programs are forgotten. Thank you for your work with MLT. What I've read from OpenShot developer Jonathan's blog, he likes to develop with it.

It's very good to see that now there is lots of action on developing video editing software for free operating systems. It seems that now the "background work" has progressed to level where results start to show on end users' desktops. It's been possible to do video editing before, but until lately it hasn't been easy enough for "amateur" users like myself.


Edited 2009-07-08 04:20 UTC

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