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Thread: KDE's Kdenlive Video Editor Has Gone Dark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nth_man View Post
    Meanwhile, in the 179th issue of the magazine "Linux Format UK", from January 2014, Kdenlive was chosen as the best video editor.
    'The best' is a big claim. Kdenlive probably considers themselves only part-way done after they've taken on the whole GPU-acceleration dealio in 0.97. They must be referring to at least 0.96 in all it's does really well with some bugs state?
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    Default Kdenlive 0.9.6 is current RELEASED verrsion, 0.9.7 is development

    Quote Originally Posted by stiiixy View Post
    'The best' is a big claim. Kdenlive probably considers themselves only part-way done after they've taken on the whole GPU-acceleration dealio in 0.97. They must be referring to at least 0.96 in all it's does really well with some bugs state?
    I'm sure it was 0.9.6 or something earlier and released that was tested! Version 0.9.7 is a develoment release and the Kdenlive website states you need to use the older version for any actual work as of now. No other Linux video editor can even remotely approach Kdenlive for full featured functionality. When the GPU work gets debugged, debottlenecked, and released, that will make Kdenlive a world-class video editor.

    As for multicore playback, the input files have to be in a format where ffmpeg supports multithreading, all cores are used with my AVCHD/H264 files.

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