Longing to try the professional-grade video editor Lightworks on Linux? Well, you don't have long to wait...
Editshare, the company behind the professional video editor Lightworks, have admitted that the release of their Linux alpha could've gone better. The tool, which made its Linux debut yesterday, was widely expected to be available to all. But, despite previous announcements on the release not mentioning restrictions, the alpha release was only made available to a limited number of testers.
Professional grade video editor 'Lightworks' makes it Linux debut today as an alpha-quality release for Debian-based distributions. But before your imagination runs away with dreams of becoming the next Scorsese, there's a catch: You won't get to play with it.
Professional video editor Lightworks – used to edit many Oscar-winning films and documentaries – is one step closer to its Linux release. Visitors to this months NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Show 2012 earlier this […]
Lightworks - the Oscar winning video editing software that is in the process of being open-sourced - has had its Linux beta release pushed back.