Kdenlive 0.7.3 released

We are glad to announce the release of Kdenlive 0.7.3

Lots of bugs were fixed in this release, including some crashes triggered in Qt 4.5 and a lot of cleanup was done in the code.

The new features are:

  • Clip grouping
  • Creation of rendering scripts for delayed rendering
  • Double pass encoding for rendering (just add "pass=2" to your profile)
  • Track locking
  • Configurable monitor background color for better previewing
  • Web updates: you can now download new rendering profiles from Kdenlive's web site
  • Split audio, allows you to separate a clip in it's audio and video parts
  • Improved compatibility with Kdenlive 0.5 project files

Get Kdenlive

You can download Kdenlive source code from our Sourceforge page, and see the compilation instructions. As usual, binary packages will be announced in our pages when available.

Kdenlive uses the MLT framework for all video processing. We recommend that you use the latest MLT version ( 0.3.8) for a better compatibility.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to that release by testing, giving feedback and providing patches.

Jean-Baptiste Mardelle




Can we have infos about new features expected in 0.7.4?


Thank you for your job! Kdenlive is amazing!

Hello there

I'm a long time Ubuntu user from Australia and over the last few years I've been studying media design (mostly web, but a little bit of video too). I tried video on linux a few years ago, and gave up, and settled for dual booting and using Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. But that was a few years ago - and I can't believe how far you guys have come :)

I just wanted to say what an amazing job you're doing :) Just trying out 0.7.3 on Kubuntu 9.04 and I can't believe it's running as fast as my Adobe install, and I really like the interface you have going. I'll be watching this project fairly closely :)

I don't think I'll be able to use it for my major projects just yet, I think once we can adjust all the effects using keyframes (issue 336*) then I'll be able to use this for a lot of my projects, maybe even all of them :)

Once again, can't believe the power of open source.

I only really know web design programming (javascript,actionscript,php etc) but I've done a fair bit in interface design - is there room for me to provide input (in mockups, flow diagrams, fake flash interfaces, real life usability tests etc)?

And if so where's a good place for me to start participating in the community a little?


* http://www.kdenlive.org/mantis/view.php?id=336

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