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Kdenlive 19.04.3 is out

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While the team is out for a much deserved summer break the last minor release post-refactoring is out with another huge amount of fixes. The highlights include fixing compositing and speed effect regressions, thumbnail display issues of clips in the timeline and many Windows fixes. With this release we finished polishing the rough edges and now we can focus on adding new features while fixing other small details left. As usual you can get the latest AppImage from our download page.

Speaking of that, the next major release is less than a month away and it already has some cool new features implemented like changing the speed of a clip by ctrl + resize and pressing shift and hover over a thumb of a clip in the Project Bin to preview it. We’ve also bumped the Qt version to 5.12.4 and updated to the latest MLT. You can grab it from here to test it. Also planned is finishing the 3 point editing workflow and improvements to the speed effect. Stay tuned for more info soon.

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Kdenlive Video Editor Updated - By Joey Sneddon

  • Kdenlive Video Editor Updated with More than 70 Bug Fixes

    The Kdenlive video editor has a sizeable new bug fix update out.

    Kdenlive 19.04.3 serves as the third point release in the ‘refactored’ Kdenlive 19.04.x series. It’s also expected to be the final minor update, as a new “major release” is said to be less than a month away.

    “With this release we finished polishing the rough edges and now we can focus on adding new features while fixing other small details left,” the team writes of the release.

    Among the 70 or so bugs that Kdenlive 19.04.3 fixes are issues related to keyframe management; opening projects files with missing proxy clips; and handling timeline previews.

And now by Jill Franklin of Linux Journal

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