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Kdenlive 20.08.2 released

Usually the point releases are for bugfixes but Kdenlive 20.08.2 comes with a set of changes worthy of a major release. Besides some memory leak fixes and usability improvements this versions brings back the automatic scene split feature, adds for the Linux version...

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Kdenlive 20.08.1 is out

The first maintenance release of the 20.08 series is out fixing a regression in the Windows version with de-synced audio and wrong effects when rendering as well as other minor fixes. Currently all work is focused on the new functionality to apply transitions between...

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GSoC’20 Progress: Onward with the Third Month

Greetings! It’s been a while since my last update. In this post, I will describe the work I have done up until now in Phase Three of the coding period. This phase, I worked on making the subtitles displayed on the timeline editable. Since the text and end positions...

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Kdenlive 20.08 is out

Kdenlive 20.08 is out with nifty features like Interface Layouts, Multiple Audio Stream support, Cached data management and Zoombars in the Clip Monitor and Effects Panel but one may argue that the highlights of this release are stability and interface improvements....

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GSoC’20 Progress: Week 7 and 8

Greetings! With the subtitle information, i.e., the text, the start and end points of each subtitle, being correctly stored in the abstract list model, I shifted my focus in these two weeks towards the UI development of subtitles in the timeline. First, to confirm...

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GSoC ’ 20 Progress: Week 5 and 6

Greetings! The Second Phase began with Week 5 of the coding period. The next two weeks involved debugging the previously written code and including necessary connections for it to work. For this, I made use of the signal - slot mechanism of the splendid framework that...

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