Kdenlive's Status Ahead Of 17.04
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 31 March 2017 at 08:11 AM EDT. 4 Comments
KDE --
The Kdenlive video editor project in the KDE camp has published a new status update concerning the health of the project.

Kdenlive developers continue seeing momentum building around their video editor since reviving it with the transition to Qt5 and KDE Frameworks 5. Over the past year they have added many tools, a Windows port, and other efforts to make Kdenlive pro-capable.

Kdenlive is still looking for help in refactoring the code-base, with hopes of merging their refactorred codebase with QML timeline features for Kdenlive 17.08. Kdenlive is also looking for help around packaging with next-gen solutions like Flatpak, Snappy, and AppImage. They also need help on the Windows side.

Those interested in the Kdenlive video editor can learn more about the current state and their call for help at Kdenlive.org.
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