Kdenlive KDE Video Editor Is Still Progressing
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 16 February 2015 at 08:41 AM EST. 10 Comments
KDE --
Last week after wondering the state of OpenShot 2.0, there was a long overdue update on OpenShot, a promising open-source video editor that hasn't seen a major release in years. Today there's an update to share on Kdenlive, the open-source KDE video editor.

Posted today to the Kdenlive web-site was an update on this open-source video editor for Linux, OS X, and FreeBSD systems. The developers have been plotting a revised TODO list for the project and they're hoping to prepare a Frameworks 5 using release for KDE Applications 15.04. Kdenlive is still being ported to KF5 but it seems like they're optimistic it will be ready to ship by April for the 15.04 release.

Among the TODO list items are re-enabling the Windows and Mac ports, refactoring the monitor and timeline code, adding support for project clip effects, splitting the render class, and rewriting the titler module. These basic work items can be found via todo.kde.org.

The rest of the status update can be viewed at kdenlive.org.
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