Lightworks 14.1 In Beta For Linux Video Editing
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 26 October 2017 at 10:45 AM EDT. 5 Comments
MULTIMEDIA --
For fans of the Lightworks commercial-grade non-linear video editing software, their first beta update of the 14.1 series is now available.

The Lightworks 14.1 release has been working on Reaper export support, ability to adjust RED R3D RAW metadata parameters, 16-bit GPU precision replacing their 10-bit support, support for new media structures, new trimming functionality, support for Quicktime videos with alpha channels, and a wide range of other improvements and fixes.

Videographers using this cross-platform video editing software can learn more about today's Lightworks 14.1 Beta via lwks.com.

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