Kdenlive and LSP plugins get major updates. Olive's future is increasingly uncertain
Major releases of darktable and Blender, Ardour gets tempo mapping to performance
Major update of Intel's image denoiser, new open movie by Blender Studio coming
Blender 3.6 beta is out, VGC Illustration gets new tools
Kdenlive 23.04 gets nested sequences, Audacity 3.3.0 introduces musical time
Kdenlive is getting automatic generation of subtitles from audio
Inkscape gets improved PDF importing with layers and ICC profiles
What's coming this year across the entire stack of free software for creatives
MuseScore 4.0 is out, and so are... oh, so many more releases
Massive Ardour update, MuseScore 4 beta released
Basic CMYK features are landing to GIMP, Kdenlive is getting 10-bit support
Surge XT and ZynAddSubFX softsynths get much anticipated updates
BlenderBIM project is celebrating 2 years, Krita 5 development is wrapping up
Both Synfig and Glaxnimate animation tools get new releases, Audacity ships the first corporate-backed release
Highlights: Blender Conference was online this year, new releases of BlenderBIM, Pitivi, Shotcut, Qtractor, new free/libre VST3 plugins for Linux, new features in Inkscape, Krita, FreeCAD, Dust3D.
So this is going to be an update that covers both recent and not so recent events.
Half the free non-linear video editors got updates
darktable 3.0.0 release and beta release of MyPaint 2.0, major updates of Kdenlive and FlowBlade
CUPS switches to Apache 2.0 license with GPL exception
New releases of G'MIC, DJV, and Shotcut video editor
Amazing sculpting tools are coming to Blender 2.81
GIMP 2.10.10 released, Spring animated movie by Blender Studio hs been released
Intel publishes open source projects for AV1 encoding and image denoising
Manuel Bastioni Lab add-on for Blender gets a community fork
Blender's video sequencer gets a new maintainer
How can we actually support free/libre projects for filmmakers?
Stalled development of Natron gets prime-time attention
Along with MLT a new version of Kdenlive, a free non-linear video editor for KDE, was released.
The quest of telling Kdenlive developers about an existing open source video stabilizer and getting it in Kdenlive is about 1/2 done.
It's about time to draw a line between 2010 and 2011 and have a look at what was happening to the multimedia production stack of free apps this year.
The Kdenlive team released new version of this cool free non-linear video editor for KDE.