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Kdenlive 21.08 is out

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Kdenlive 21.08 is out with an upgraded engine, bug fixes and many interface and usability improvements. Although the highlights are mostly under the hood we managed to add some nifty new features as well. This version now requires MLT7, which comes with a new time remapping feature and a more stable and concise code base. (MLT7 sets the foundation for long awaited features like GPU processing, multicore support and improved color management to name a few, all expected in MLT8.)

The Automask effect has been removed in MLT7 (along with many other legacy and buggy modules) but it will eventually be replaced with more powerful OpenCV tools. The Region module is also removed and it has been replaced with a new Effect Masking feature. Taking the opportunity of these changes we have also cleaned up the code base and removed old and unmaintained tools like the DVD Wizard (yes, some people still used it) and the Preview Compositing mode.

We do not recommend to open old projects with Kdenlive 21.08 due to the aforementioned changes.

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Kdenlive 21.08 Released For KDE's Video Editor

  • Kdenlive 21.08 Released For KDE's Video Editor

    Kdenlive 21.08 is now available as the newest feature upgrade to KDE's non-linear video editor.

    Kdenlive 21.08 comes with some performance improvements thanks to various "under the hood" improvements, several UI/UX improvements, a new time remap feature, support for masking effects just to specific regions of a clip, and a variety of other refinements for this one of several prominent open-source video editing solutions.

Kdenlive 21.08 is Out with an Upgraded Engine

  • Kdenlive 21.08 is Out with an Upgraded Engine and UI Improvements

    Kdenlive 21.08 now requires MLT7, which comes with a new time remapping feature and a more stable and concise code base.

    Kdenlive, perhaps the most robust free video editor on Linux, is a non-linear and cross-platform program that enables you to create compelling video content without paying a dime. It processes all video operations using the MLT framework.

    Kdenlive is one of the best non-linear multi-purpose video editing software. It provides support for dual video monitors, a multi-track timeline, clip list, customizable layout support, basic effects and basic transactions. It is very easy to use even by users who do not have much knowledge about video editing.

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