Weekly-ish recap — 9 November 2022by Alexandre Prokoudine
Major changes in GIMP, new Ardour release, fun with Olive
Weekly-ish recap — 7 February 2022by Alexandre Prokoudine
Inkscape 1.2 goes alpha, Weston gets essential color management support
Week recap — 9 December 2020by Alexandre Prokoudine
New releases of Krita and Shotcut, new features in Siril, Blender, Olive
Week recap — 2 March 2020by Alexandre Prokoudine
Major releases by Blender, MyPaint, GIMP, and MusE teams, coding sprint by Krita devs, first release candidate of Dust3D v1.0, new release of Shotcut, major changes in Olive and enve.
Week recap — 3 February 2020by Alexandre Prokoudine
New releases of ART, Synfig, and OpenToonz, massive improvements in GIMP, Siril, Blender, enve, and Olive, new beta of Shotcut, a great deal of bugfixing in Krita for upcoming v4.3.0.
Week recap — 24 September 2019by Alexandre Prokoudine
Inkscape 1.0 beta is out with native macOS support
The quest for sustainable free/libre non-linear video editorsby Alexandre Prokoudine
How can we actually support free/libre projects for filmmakers?
Week recap — 14 October 2018by Alexandre Prokoudine
Microsoft is granting access to 60,000+ patents including type design ones
Shotcut gets hardware accelerated color gradingby 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 editorby 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.