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Kdenlive is a feature-rich non-linear video editor:
- Supports a wide range of old as well as modern webcams, cameras and camcorders
- Multi-track format allows interleaving of video and sound
- Auto-save and undo support
- Audio files, in multi-track, can be cut to tight synchronisation with your video
- A wide range of effects and transitions are included and can be customized
- Wide range of supported codecs for both input and output: DV (PAL/NTSC), MPEG2 (PAL/NTSC/HDV), Flash FLV, WMV, AVCHD (HDV), H.264, H.265, WebM (VP8, VP9), lossless ProRes, MP3, AC3, OGG Vorbis, FLAC and more
Learn Kdenlive with:
- QuickStart for a short hands-on tutorial.
- Manual for elaborate description of Kdenlive.
- Tutorials mostly for learning specific tools or effects.
Get involved by contributing to this documentation, joining the community wiki and reporting issues.
Kdenlive has made appearances in the tech press:
- 2009-10-15 Linux Journal wrote a comprehensive review, which ended with the verdict "There's a lot to like about Kdenlive, and I like it a lot. Its feature set is full enough to satisfy basic desktop video production needs, and its workflow is uncomplicated and easy to learn."
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