A new version of Kdenlive has been published, with 19.04 now being available to download. The release includes an array of new functionality:
- Audio and video tracks can now be split.
- The layout now includes more configurability.
- Clips and compositions can now be moved using the keyboard.
- Audio recordings can now be made within the application.
A large number of other changes are also included which improve effects and compositions, monitors, and rendering.
The next release is expected to be available in August.
Flowblade 2.0 has reached the public with a new major version release. The video editing software project includes a number of changes to the user interface and workflows. Some of the key changes are:
- New tools added – keyframe, multitrim, cut, and ripple trim.
- A new custom theme has been created and made the default.
- Additional tooltip entries now added.
- Inclusion of the Transform, AlphaXOR, Alpha Out, and Alpha In compositors.
Two new translations have been added with the Traditional Chinese and Ukrainian languages now being available. Updates have also been made to the Czech, Russian, Polish, and German translations.
Kdenlive 18.12.1 has made it to release, being the first dot release of the 18.12 series and incorporates a number of fixes and improvements to usability. Some of the key changes include:
- Resolved issue to capture audio when recording from screen or webcam.
- Fixed colour theming on AppImage.
- Keyframe imports now fixed.
- Removal of QtScript as this is no longer used.
- Corrected empty warning dialog when font is missing in project.