KDE's Kdenlive Video Editor Is Getting Ready To Ship With New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 22 March 2016 at 07:30 AM EDT. 1 Comment
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KDE's Kdenlive non-linear video editor was added to KDE Applications 15.08 and since then it's continued to advance in step with the four-month updates to the stack.

With KDE Applications 16.04 due out next month, Kdenlive developers have been preparing their next release. New features for Kdenlive 16.04 include an integrated audio level meter in the project monitor, a split view to compare an effect against its original clip, increase/decrease speed changes of a clip affect the audio speed, support for copying and pasting sequences between projects, and an improved titler allows gradients and shadows.

You can learn more about the changes coming to this KDE video editor update in Applications 16.04 via Kdenlive.org.
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