Video

Introducing Olive, new non-linear video editor
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Why this new free/libre video editor is a big deal

The quest for sustainable free/libre non-linear video editors
by Alexandre Prokoudine

How can we actually support free/libre projects for filmmakers?

ProEXR creator comes up with MOX, new open file format for movie production
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Brendan Bolles launched an IndieGoGo campaign to sponsor creating MOX — a new open source movie format for video and film production.

Axiom Beta, open digital cinema camera, funded on IndieGoGo
by Alexandre Prokoudine

The Apertus team has just reached the 100K euro milestone in the crowdfunding campaign that should bring Axiom, their new open digital camera, to the masses.

Pitivi’s fundraiser: out of the NLE hell on Linux?
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Developers of Pitivi are trying to raise 35,000 euro to complete the stable release of this non-linear video editor. What are the benefits of supporting them?

Pitivi 0.91 introduces new non-linear video editing back-end
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Pitivi non-linear video editor just got leaner thanks to swapping its back-end, and acquired quite a few useful productivity features.

Shotcut gets hardware accelerated color grading
by Alexandre Prokoudine

EIf you’ve been wondering what video editor would get support for Movit’s hardware-accelerated filters that we recently covered, we have the answer for you.

Introducing Movit, free library for GPU-side video processing
by Alexandre Prokoudine

EIf you’ve been wondering what video editor would get support for Movit’s hardware-accelerated filters that we recently covered, we have the answer for you.

Introducing Shotcut, a new free video editor
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Dan Dennedy is returning to development of a Kino-like video editor after several years of hiatus. The new project is called Shotcut.

Kdenlive 0.8.2 video editor released with major fixes
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Along with MLT a new version of Kdenlive, a free non-linear video editor for KDE, was released.

Pitivi 0.15 released, what’s next?
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Earlier this week new version of PiTiVi, a free non-linear video editor, was released to bring you some rather cool new features and UI improvements.

MLT gets a video stabilizer, Kdenlive is next
by Alexandre Prokoudine

The quest of telling Kdenlive developers about an existing open source video stabilizer and getting it in Kdenlive is about 1/2 done.

Pitivi 0.14.0 brings video effects at last
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Pitivi team finally wrapped up and released new version of this free non-linear video editor for Linux featuring video effects — a successful Google Summer of Code 2010 project by Thibault Saunier.

Kdenlive 0.7.8 released with color analysis tools
by Alexandre Prokoudine

The Kdenlive team released new version of this cool free non-linear video editor for KDE.