Pitivi is an open source video editor for Linux desktops and the latest update to it adds a bunch of new features and welcome usability improvements.
The Pitivi video editor is getting some overdue attention as part of this year's Google Summer of Code 2019, such as an improved effects library.
Improvements to the Pitivi video editor are coming thanks to students participating in the Google Summer of Code 2018, including slow motion video support.
Open-source NLE video editor 'Pitivi' has switched to using a space-saving GTK HeaderBar and app menu button in its latest beta release.
In just one week the Pitivi video editor crowd-funding project has amassed one-third of its initial €35,000 goal.
The development team behind open-source video editor Pitivi are seeking €100,000 to turn it into a 'flexible, high-end' application.
Does the open-source video editor PiTiVi need improving? If so, in what areas? That's what a new survey is hoping to find out...
The folks behind user-friendly Linux video editor PiTiVi have announced the release of version 0.15, which adds faster start-up time, new transformation features and support for saving project presets.
A new release of GNOME video editor 'PiTiVi' has been made available and sees the oft-cited "basic video editor" gain some impressive new audio and video effects, as well as interface improvements and bug fixes.
GNOME Video Editor 'PiTiVi' is to be removed from the default application set in Ubuntu 11.10, the outcome of a discussion at UDS has decided.
Video effects in PiTiVi have edged one -step closer to release with the merging of developer Thibault Saunier's Google Summer of Code effects work now in PiTiVi's master branch. OpenShot finally got competition.
Ubuntu’s default video editor PiTiVi 0.13.5 has been released today, just in time for inclusion in Ubuntu 10.10. With the new version addressing stability and usability issues rather than adding ‘flashing new features’ the release […]