There are plenty of awesome Linux video editors, including Kdenlive, Blender and Shotcut — but Flowblade is rarely mentioned. Why? We find out.
A new version of open-source video editor OpenShot 2.1 has been released. We show you what's new and how you can install it on Ubuntu using a PPA.
A new version of Kdenlive is now available to download — but what's new? We take a look.
"Lots of great progress has been made since the previous beta," says OpenShot's lead developer. But is the progress noticeable?
A new beta of the popular open source video editor OpenShot is available for testing.
The development team behind open-source video editor Pitivi are seeking €100,000 to turn it into a 'flexible, high-end' application.
A release date for the Linux version of Editshare's professional-grade video editor Lightworks has been set. October 30th will see an alpha release of the editor available for download on Linux.
Lightworks - the Oscar winning video editing software that is in the process of being open-sourced - has had its Linux beta release pushed back.
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 version of popular Linux video editor OpenShot - featuring numerous interface and performance improvements and new effects - has been made available for download.
It's almost here, folk: the first major update to video editor OpenShot in what seems like an eternity. (Well, since February to be exact.) What will be shipping in it? We take a look...
News on the Linux port of Oscar-winning professional video editor Lightworks has been quiet of late - but, it seems, for good reason.