Kdenlive is a powerful video editor for… Windows?
Monday, 20 March 2017
Kdenlive has been a popular non-linear video editor in the Linux world for a very long time, but the developers have also recently released a first Windows port. The build doesn't skimp on functions: there's a full multi-track timeline and an array of effects and transitions to explore. Analysis tools on hand include histograms, audio meters, waveforms, vectorscopes and more, and a configurable interface enables rearranging all of this to suit your needs. We grabbed a copy. There's no installation required, just unzip and run Kdenlive.exe. Except, well, that didn't work. The program requires FFmpeg to import and export media,… [Continue Reading]
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