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=Install binary packages=
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Multimedia packages are made available on many alternative repositories, often because of distributions restrictions on available codecs due to patents in some countries (mainly US for the moment).
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Visit the [https://kdenlive.org/download/ download] page of the Kdenlive Web site for up to date information on installing '''Kdenlive'''. (Aug 2017)
  
Everything would be perfect in a wonderful world if package builders would contribute to official distributions, and multimedia editors chose only free codecs to promote their use worldwide ;-)... So try to stick to distributions deliveries?
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Follow this link for  [[Special:myLanguage/Historical Install Information|Historical Install Information]]
  
==Debian, Ubuntu and derivatives==
 
  
''Debian'' project ships kdenlive packages since ''squeeze'' (6.0) release, however to benefit from recent updates and bugfixes you might consider upgrading to a ''testing'' release or even ''sid''.
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=== Configuration Information === <!--T:97-->
  
''Ubuntu'' also offers kdenlive since ''gutsy'' (7.10), but for similar reasons it could be preferable to upgrade to the latest release.
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Kdenlive's application-wide persistent settings are stored in the following locations, depending on your platform.  
  
In both cases a simple <code>apt-get install kdenlive</code> should then work.
 
  
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==== GNU/Linux ==== <!--T:99-->
  
RPM packages are not yet maintained in official branch, so you must go through unofficial [http://rpmfusion.org/ RPM Fusion] repository. Follow the site recommandations to make them available and end with <code>yum install kdenlive</code>
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* '''~/.config/kdenliverc''' : contains the general settings of the application. Delete this and restart kdenlive to reset the application to "factory" settings
  
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*'''~/.config/session/kdenlive_104534dcfdb61d887154xxxxxxxxxxx_154yyyyyy_98zzzz''' : temporary session info
  
Building scripts are ready for up-to-date systems, so run respectively <code>emerge kdenlive</code> or <code>pacman -S kdenlive</code> or <code>pkg_add kdenlive</code>, etc.
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*~/.cache/kdenlive : cache location storing audio thumbnails, video thumbnails, and proxy clips
  
=Installing from source=
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* ~/.local/share/kdenlive/HD : lumas folder inside here contains the files used for  [[Special:MyLanguage/Kdenlive/Manual/Transitions/Wipe|Wipes]]
  
If you want to test latest committed code or you personal patches, you will have to build kdenlive (and probably MLT) on your own.
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* ~/.local/share/stalefiles/kdenlive
  
You can use your distribution's package building procedure to use its software management system to install/upgrade/remove the binaries and data, and eventually share your builds (and even contribute to package maintainance - refer to respective distribution manual).
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==== Windows ==== <!--T:106-->
  
If you prefer you can build & install kdenlive to a local area (preferably not <tt>/usr</tt>, but rather <tt>/usr/local</tt> or <tt>$HOME/my_local_builds/kdenlive-last-release</tt> or so).
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It is then recommanded to use the [http://www.mltframework.org/twiki/bin/view/MLT/BuildScripts#Kdenlive build script] <ref>on distributions older than ''Debian 6'' or ''Ubuntu 10.04'' and derivatives, you need to set <tt>ENABLE_SWFDEC=0</tt> in the config variables of the script</ref>
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* %LOCALAPPDATA%\kdenlive\cache : cache location storing audio thumbnails, video thumbnails, and proxy clips
  
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* %APPDATA%\kdenlive : contains user library clips, speech models, profiles and titles
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* %PROGRAMFILES%\kdenlive\bin\data\kdenlive\lumas : lumas folder inside here contains the files used for [[Special:MyLanguage/Kdenlive/Manual/Transitions/Wipe|Wipes]]
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Installation

Visit the download page of the Kdenlive Web site for up to date information on installing Kdenlive. (Aug 2017)

Follow this link for Historical Install Information


Configuration Information

Kdenlive's application-wide persistent settings are stored in the following locations, depending on your platform.


GNU/Linux

  • ~/.config/kdenliverc : contains the general settings of the application. Delete this and restart kdenlive to reset the application to "factory" settings
  • ~/.config/session/kdenlive_104534dcfdb61d887154xxxxxxxxxxx_154yyyyyy_98zzzz : temporary session info
  • ~/.cache/kdenlive : cache location storing audio thumbnails, video thumbnails, and proxy clips
  • ~/.local/share/kdenlive/HD : lumas folder inside here contains the files used for Wipes
  • ~/.local/share/stalefiles/kdenlive

Windows

  • %LOCALAPPDATA%\kdenlive\cache : cache location storing audio thumbnails, video thumbnails, and proxy clips
  • %APPDATA%\kdenlive : contains user library clips, speech models, profiles and titles
  • %PROGRAMFILES%\kdenlive\bin\data\kdenlive\lumas : lumas folder inside here contains the files used for Wipes



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