The Lightworks video editor is one of a number of professional-leaning media tools now available for Linux, and over the next year it’s going to get even better. That’s according to EditShare, the company behind […]
This week's Linux Release Roundup includes a look at the new features in the Linux 4.19 kernel release, Chrome 70, a Lightworks update, and more.
A new beta release of Lightworks, the professional-grade video editor, is available to download. It features various improvements, including GoPro support.
A brand new version of Lightworks, the professional-grade video editor, is available for download on Windows, macOS and — hurrah — Linux.
A new version of Lightworks, the professional-grade video editing software, has entered into public beta.
What a year it's been for Linux. In this, the first in a series of posts looking back at our highlights of the year, we list our top 10 apps.
The Linux beta builds of professional non-linear video editing software Lightworks has been updated with a wider set of export formats and improved overall performance.
A public beta of Lightworks, the professional-grade video editor from Editshare, is now officially available for download.
Longing to try the professional-grade video editor Lightworks on Linux? Well, you don't have long to wait...
Yes, it seems like a lifetime ago that Lightworks first gave word of its plans to port itself to Linux and open-source its codebase. The move sees the editor, used in the editing of many […]
Access to the Linux version of professional-grade video editor Lightworks has been widened today - but only for a 2 hour window. Lightworks saw a limited Linux Alpha release back in October of last year, much to the disappointment of many. Describing that initial Alpha test period as 'extremely successful', Lightworks are moving forward again with a new alpha testing period. This, they say, is ahead of public beta release scheduled for early spring.
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.