kdenlive

non-linear video editor
  http://www.kdenlive.org/
  26
  20 reviews



Kdenlive is a non-linear video editing suite, which supports DV, HDV and many more formats. Its main features are:
* Guides and marker for organizing timelines
* Copy and paste support for clips, effects and transitions
* Real time changes
* FireWire and Video4Linux capture
* Screen grabbing
* Exporting to any by FFMPEG supported format
Latest reviews
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Roger_Whyte 6 months ago

Version 4:15.12.3 is offered as application in Mint 18.3. Unfortunately this is an old version and not fully compatible to Mint 18.3. The latest version 18.12.1b shall be used instead.

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yamahacrazy 11 months ago

doesn't save files outside of installed drive. which requires you to move it to where you want to store it. why?

5
acmdb 1 year ago

Amazing, does what I could not do with any closed-code applications. I must say my professional env. is not multimedia edition, but still, I could do here what I need, whereas with other non open source I could not, or with more difficulties.

5
Frytole 1 year ago

powerful and stable on my old laptop

5
jepe 1 year ago

I've been searching for a reliable, cool, sophisticated video editor application for years. KDENLIVE was the last one I tried cause I thought it was meant for KDE environment exclusively, which is not true, it works perfectly in other desktop envs, too.

I tried KDENLIVE on a real project in December 2017, and it worked perfectly, and I could finally abandon Sony Vegas Pro (which I loved!). It took a few hours of learning but it was fun anyway and worth it all the way.
I love KDENLIVE :)

5
workdaycheese 1 year ago

I have had none of the problems mentioned by others. Works well and did everything I needed it to do.

5
Willy_ES 1 year ago

Muy bueno y facil de usar.

5
Ronconi 1 year ago

Completa fácil funcional etc.

5
barser 1 year ago

increadibly responsive when loading and reasonably easy user interface. You might consider installing some dark themed background like breeze.

4
KutWrite 1 year ago

It is basically very good. Some bugs had to be overcome. E.g, no text appeared within the balloons that appear when you hover over a button. That text is important, as most graphics aren't self explanatory. Forums didn't help in this case. I figured out that changing the "style" would make the text appear. Other than that kind of thing, it works great!

4
BazyTrue 1 year ago

Używałem. Nie jest zły.

4
Tomi1980 1 year ago

a buborékokban nincs megjelenő szöveg magyar nyelven, ezt ha lehet akkor javítsátok, köszönöm

4
chpicolo 1 year ago

This is the best video editor for Linux, but still lacks better video capture compatibility with DV or analog video capture devices.

5
delphi 2 years ago

Better than some expensive Windows editors

5
killcrops 2 years ago

Me agrada mucho

5
dibnah 2 years ago

Excellent progrtam on a par with Corel productos. For those with no icon on their buttons run the following in a terminal window sudo apt-get install kde-runtime

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KalNine 2 years ago

The icons on the buttons are missing. the buttons are there, you gotta hover over it to get a text explaining what it is (I forgot the tecnical term), you can use it too. But the invisible buttons are not quite appealing to me.

4
Janni 3 years ago

Quite good after some customization.

5
darkscrap 3 years ago

Didn't crash like Openshot was doing constantly. Maybe a little complicated at first, but not too overwhelming. Did its job, so I'm happy with it! :-)

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Peferling 3 years ago

Current package is corrupt, missing dependencies. Installed package from Authors site, everything is there, but still crashes/freezes. I'm on a dual quad xeno. Sorry, to do video, you gotta do windows.