Versatile video player GNOME MPV has issued its final release under its current name. Future versions of the multimedia app will go under the moniker of “Celluloid“, which was recently revealed as the new name […]
The latest version of open source media player SMPlayer lets you stream video from your PC to Android phone or tablet — all with a single click! The handy feature means you can watch video on your […]
Movie Monad is a simple GTK video player for Linux. Admittedly you probably aren’t on the hunt for a new video player (what with there being plenty of players already available) but it never hurts […]
Ubuntu 17.10 features a big set of changes, including the GNOME Shell desktop by default. We spotlight this, plus other Ubuntu 17.10 changes, in this video.
A new version of OpenShot, the crash-happy open-source non-linear video editor, is available to download. While the previous couple of releases were big on features the latest release is a “stability-focused release”, says project lead Jonathan Thomas. A […]
VidCutter, the open-source video trimmer app we mentioned back in January, is back with a new release — and it’s a big one. The cross-platform Qt5 app lets you quickly and easily trim, split and join video […]
Getting Amazon Prome, 4OD, Demand 5, or Google Play Movies to work on Ubuntu 13.10 requires a little bit of effort, but it can be done.
If you use Tumblr, Google+, Reddit, Twitter… Okay, let me put it another way: if you use the internet then you’ll know that animated GIFs are a staple of social networks. As GIFs tend to […]
Does Linux really need yet another video player? Probably not. But is it cool to have yet another anyway? For sure!
SlowMoVideo might just be my favourite video-manipulation tool available for Linux: the effects it can create from even the simplest of footage is wonderful. Read on for videos and more details.
UMPlayer is one of open-sources best kept secrets. In this post we take a look at the media player, plus provide easy instructions on how to install it.
With so many great new features present, Kdenlive 0.8 usurps the mantle as the most featured yet user-friendly video editor available for Linux.