Lightworks 11.5 Brings New Linux Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 30 January 2014 at 04:39 PM EST. 6 Comments
The Lightworks professional non-linear video editing software that finally made it to Linux last year has seen a major update this week with the arrival of Lightworks 11.5.

Lightworks 11.5 for Windows and Linux includes support for AJA I/O devices, import/render/export as background tasks, YouTube export option, AC3 audio decode has been integrated, a fully customizable user-interface, smarter menus, new multi-cam improvements, and many other new enhancements to this highly anticipated professional-grade Linux video editing software.

More details on the Lightworks 11.5 release can be found via the Lightworks Forum announcement.

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