Tag Archive: video editor

Lightworks 12.5After years of development the company EditShare has published a release of the video editor Lightworks 12.5, available including for the Linux platform.

The free version of Lightworks is limited of saving results in formats for Web (for example, MPEG4 / H.264) with a resolution up to 720p and not includes some advanced features, such as collaboration tools. Continue reading

Pitivi logoAfter two years since the last stable release, presented release non-linear editing system Pitivi 0.91, in which presented about 1,300 changes.

The video editor is written in Python using the library GTK + (PyGTK) and can work with all audio and video formats supported in GStreamer, including the format MXF (Material eXchange Format). Code licensed under the LGPL. Among the features are the support Pitivi an unlimited number of layers , preservation of complete history of transactions with the fallback , display thumbnails on the timeline support typical operations of video and sound.

Pitivi 0.91 is the first release that have transferred from the traditional engine Pitivi the use of GES (GStreamer Editing Services, a high-level API for plugins GNonLin), which expanded the possibilities and achieve noticeable increase in performance and stability. Daylight GES reduced the size of the code base Pitivi on more than 20,000 lines of code. In addition , the new version is made for adaptation toolkit GTK + 3.x and made ​​for porting API GStreamer 1.x. The implementation timeline translated using the widget GooCanvas, uses Cairo to draw on built-in toolkit Clutter. Continue reading

Movavi Video EditorThe new version includes an application for fast cutting of files, new visual effects and transitions, as well as an improved menu titers. In general, the video editor has become much more stable.

Company Movavi, a leading developer of software for video and audio, is a new version of one of its flagship products:  Movavi Video Editor 9 for Windows.

Into updated version of the program included a new SplitMovie module for fast slicing files, revised menu for titles, as well as the new special effects and animated transitions. Overall, the program has become more stable due to the large number of other improvements aimed at accelerating the editor. Continue reading

CyberLink PowerDirectorCompany CyberLink Corporation has released a new version of its popular package to work with video files – CyberLink PowerDirector 11.

The updated solution offers a wide range of powerful tools and technologies that significantly accelerate and automate the processing of video data of any complexity.

The new version will allow you to convert files with a resolution of 4K and edit video content using the built-in library of templates, styles, and professional tools. You can import a 4K-video from all cameras and edit them with TrueVelocity, creating an amazing HD-quality movies, which can then be recorded on DVD-ROM, Blu-ray and AVCHD or immediately posted on the Internet. Note that PowerDirector 11 is the first video editor, which supports just two recording technology materials: AVCHD 2.0 3D format and 50/60p. In addition, the presented version shows improved de-interlacing technology (eliminating the interlacing), high-quality video in dynamic scenes and aggregated frames. Continue reading

Lightworks for LinuxStarts public beta testing Linux-version of the video editor Lightworks. Lightworks Linux Public Beta Is Now Available To Download

After three years of promises and postponements EditShare company released the first publicly-available beta version of the video editor Lightworks 11 for Linux. According to company EditShare, according to his ability Lightworks Professional Edition for Linux is not inferior to version of the editor for Windows. Continue reading

Openshot video editorFree video editor OpenShot has successfully completed Kickstarter campaign

OpenShot video editor free software developers announced the successful completing campaign on Kickstarter, in which 13 days were collected almost 24 thousand dollars out of a planned 20,000.

The funds will be spent for the development of cross-platform version of the editor, able to work not only in Linux, but in Windows and Mac OS X.

In particular, the developers intend to make the integration of the new multi-platform video editing engine, significantly redesigned user interface (for example, to prepare a multi-platform implementation of the interface and the time scale that was created with HTML5, JQuery, CSS and WebKit), to optimize the performance and memory consumption, to support additional formats. The first test release of OpenShot revised version will be published later this year. Continue reading

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