Pitivi 0.98 Linux Video Editor Adds Customizable Keyboard Shortcuts
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 5 December 2016 at 10:00 PM EST. 3 Comments
Version 0.98 of the GNOME-aligned GStreamer-powered Pitivi non-linear video editor was tagged today as the newest development milestone.

The main feature addition of Pitivi 0.98 is now supporting customizable keyboard shortcuts! Aside from finally supporting customizable keyboard shortcuts for this open-source video editor, a lot of warnings were fixed from GTK 3.22, and there has been a lot of other bug fixing. Bugs around Pitivi's timeline were primarily targeted by this release.

In the absence of not seeing an official Pitivi 0.98 release announcement yet, more details via this Git commit. Those unfamiliar with this Linux video editor can learn more at Pitivi.org
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