Zorin OS 16 beta, desktop Twitter app Cawbird, and a effect-laden update to the best open source video editor around — it's our latest Linux roundup!
This week's Linux release roundup takes in a lot, from open source video editors to image editing and management tools. This post is best read with coffee.
We roundup a crop of recent Linux releases, including system cleaner BleachBit, open source video editor Kdenlive, and the phenomenally popular LibreOffice.
Kdenlive 20.12 offers a new subtitle editor, same track transition support, and a vertical video effect. We recap these and other changes in this release.
Kdenlive 20.08.3 is now available to download. This version of the open source video editor is packed with bug fixes. Kdenlive 20.12 is released next month.
Qt-based Kdenlive video editor has just issued a new release — and if you’re serious about your video editing on Linux you’re going to love what’s on offer. Kdenlive 20.08 introduces new layouts (though for […]
A new version of Kdenlive, the Qt-based open source video editor is now out with rotoscoping, motion tracking, keyframe, and clip management improvements.
Kdenlive 19.2 includes a powerful new audio mixer, support for master effects, and delivers major performance improvements, like faster rendering time.
The Kdenlive video editor is now officially available on the Snap store, where it joins more than 50 other KDE branded Snap apps.
Kdenlive 19.08 is now available to download. The latest release of this free open source video editor for Windows and Linux features various improvements.
Kdenlive 19.04.3 is the final minor release to the popular Qt-based video editor. This point update features over 70 bug fixes and crash remedies.
Kdenlive developers don't show any signs of slowing down anytime soon, releasing Kdenlive 19.04.2, the second point release in the 19.04.x series.