Release Notes: Some control over whether automation follows edits was added. The ability to transfer keyframes between audio and video tracks was added. Motion temporaries are stored in /tmp/m and /tmp/r files. Time Avg now clears the accumulator on keyframes.
Release Notes: Faster startup and responsiveness, an audio oscilloscope, histogram updates, audio gap removal, better recording from webcams, better live audio processing, and a Bright theme for outdoor use.
Release Notes: Text to movie synthesis was improved and many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed. An "Edit->Align edits" feature was added, which aligns audio edits with the video.
Release Notes: Nested sequences.
Release Notes: Most WMA, WMV, and FLV derivatives are now supported through FFMPEG. User interface enhancements include a ruler and angle tool, a lens aberration effect, a graphic EQ, musical note entry in the synthesizer, linear and bezier modes for curves, and many more. Asynchronous frame decoding was improved. Many other changes were made.
Release Notes: OpenGL 2.0 support. Speedups in timeline drawing and reverse playback. Raw image enhancements. Live video/audio to the timeline.
Release Notes: H.264 Video and MPEG-4 Audio encoding in Quicktime. The ability to load any MPEG or IFO file directly into Cinelerra. More file dialog options. The ability to import raw digital camera files through dcraw. Gamma correction for raw digital camera files. A color picker for chroma key and white balancing. Better chroma key. New curves for camera and projector. Tip of the day is shown. An S.U.V. theme. DV has migrated to libIEC61883. Workarounds for ALSA problems are provided. Fewer crashes.
Release Notes: This version introduced several advanced effects: threshold, unsharp mask, spherical gradient, and motion tracking. Shift-clicking on an effect boundary now makes the trimming change only the one effect instead of all the effects on the same boundary. A new status indicator in the compositor shows when the current frame is being processed. On the time bar, ctrl-middle button now selects the previous time format and ctrl-left button selects the next. A large number of bugfixes made this release more reliable and accurate.
Release Notes: This release introduces water tight floating point image processing, the ability to adjust images without having to worry about which steps take away dynamic range since now, none of the steps do, and the ability to store floating point images in the new OpenEXR and floating point TIFF formats. A new compressor algorithm gives tight limiting to output levels. There is time stretch and reframe for video work in realtime. The time average allows accumulation. Headroom monitoring is now available for audio.