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Kdenlive: A Video Editor in the Spotlight

Jul 09, 2009, 19:03 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Christopher Smart)

"In true KDE style, Kdenlive offers the user hundreds of configuration options. It does however also provide very useful set of defaults. When the program is first loaded, it asks what the default profile should be, offering almost fifty pre-sets ranging from VCD to High Definition 1080p. It also supports over forty audio codecs, almost fifty for video and well over seventy file formats.

"The interface is quite well laid out, but there are lots of buttons and tabs which does make it a little intimidating. For a program with so many features built in, settling on a decent interface design must be a challenge. After looking closely at each section it should become quite clear and easy to follow. The section at the bottom is the time-line work area. Above it are four sections, the first of which contains three sub-sections."

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