Release Notes: This version adds a Reverse clip option to Clip Jobs that creates a backwards clip. The list of audio / video bitrates can now be customized in custom rendering profiles. This release fixes several bugs and crashes, including a very annoying bug that caused project files to seem corrupted.
Release Notes: This release brings many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version brings improved effects workflow, automatic audio alignment, easy import of online resources, and usability improvements. There were also many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This bugfix release solves several startup crashes and other important problems in the 0.8.2 version.
Release Notes: This release brings many bugfixes and stability improvements (more than 140 issues solved). The proxy clips (clips replacing the original ones when editing a format that is too slow to edit, such as AVCHD) should work fine now. HDMI capture should also be improved, and some GUI multi-threading should make operations a bit smoother.
Release Notes: This new version brings several new features, including improved user interface, proxy clips, audio monitoring, HDMI output, new effects and more.
Release Notes: Changes were made in the UI. New color correction/alteration panels were added. The zoom feature was improved to include thumbnails of each frame. A progress bar is displayed when placing clips into the timeline. Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes Firewire capture and a basic DVD wizard. Support has been extended to PAL/NTSC 4:3 and 16:9. The rendering is now non-blocking. The GUI has been improved with many timeline enhancements. You can insert a Kdenlive project-like a clip inside another project, and clips can be arranged in folders. Many new effects and transitions are available. This release is available in English, French, German, and Spanish.
Release Notes: There is a new Italian translation of the interface, initial support for loading Kino project files, several new timeline editing commands, preliminary support for snap markers, and numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version features dual monitors, in/outpoint selection, customisable layouts, and support for reading DV encoded AVI files. Snap to clip functionality is now much improved and works across all tools on the timeline. There is now a Kdenlive handbook, and Kdenlive and the handbook both have French translations.