Kdenlive 0.9.4 was released on the 28th of January 2013.
This is a bugfix and stability release with several improvements. Some highlights:
Rewritten DVD Wizard
The DVD Wizard was mostly rewritten, now allowing 16:9 menus. It now also autodetects the format of your videos and proposes a trandcoding if it is necessary. In fact, you can now drop any video in the Wizard and just click transcode to get it in the correct DVD format.
DVD menus were also broken in the past versions, this should be fixed. While the menu creation remains very basic, you can now add a shadow to the menu's texts to make them look nicer. 
Improved clip markers
The clip markers (comments that can be added and used for seeking in the clip) have been improved. You can now have several categories that show up in different colors. Markers can also now be imported and exported, and are compatible with Audacity's format.
Rewritten Screen Capture
In previous versions, screen capture was performed through the RecordMyDesktop utility. This caused several troubles since it created Ogg Theory files that were not correctly supported by MLT (seeking issues). So in this release, the Screen Capture feature now relies on FFmpeg / Libav which means one less dependency and a more reliable capture. Encoding parameters can be adjusted by the user.
Support for multiple streams clips
Some apps, like video chat application can produce video clips that have several streams embedded, for example where you can see and hear each participant to a conversation. Kdenlive now detects this kind of clips and allows you to import them as separate clips so that you can use the different streams.
Clip analysis feature
An exciting new feature is also introduced in this version: clip analysis. In short, we can have some MLT effects that analyse the clip and store the result for further use. The first usable cases are: automatic scene detection: Kdenlive can now parse your clips to find the different scenes and add markers or cut the clip accordingly. The process is currently very slow but it's a start. Improved motion tracking: Kdenlive can also now analyse an object's motion, and the result of this can be used as keyframes for a transition or an effect. For example, you can now have a title clip that follows an object.
Stability and Performance improvements
Lots of efforts were put into stability and performance, seeking in timeline shoud be smoother, you now have audio scrubbing when using OpenGL display, audio can be recorded while playing your project for voiceover effects, and much much more.
issue #2734 binary from latest build-script crashes on image load
issue #2719 common edit operation crashes kdenlive build-script binary
issue #2718 common edit operation crashes kdenlive build-script binary
issue #2726 splitted clip corrupted in timeline after cut, move and cut
issue #2723 White balance dropper uses wrong source
issue #2740 title edition window, input box for global Zoom ?
issue #2741 build script fail: Unable to build mlt
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