Flowblade Nonlinear video editor 0.10 Released, Install in Ubuntu

September 17, 2013 — Leave a comment

flowbladeappiconThe third release of Flowblade Nonlinear video editor has been released with a lot of new features and enhancements. In Flowblade 1.0:

  • Tools metaphor is used for editing instead of Edit Modes like before
  • Audio Mixer window with VU meter + gain and pan controls for all tracks and master out (Requires MLT 0.8.8)
  • Affine Blend compositor provides single point of control to create keyframed composites with both opacity and affine transform and all the standard blend modes (Requires Frei0r 1.4, which isn’t widely in repos)
  • Image sequences of numbered frames can be imported now as media
  • Preset rendering options for commonly used file types are made available to the user
  • Range Log panel enables user to save and name Mark In/Out ranges on media files. This is very useful when working with long files that have many areas of interest.
  • Marks can now be placed to identify positions on the timeline.
  • Single track rendered transitions for quick dissolves and wipes
  • Auto consolidate blanks, no more multiple blanks between clips after some edits
  • GUI Look’n'Feel was updated with over 20 new icons and new custom buttons

Other features and enhancements:

  • Updated application menu
  • Configurable Tabs position
  • Configurable Timecode display position
  • Keyboard shortcuts list window
  • “Centring” action for Compositor editors
  • TAB key switches between Timeline/Clip display on monitor
  • Keyboard shortcut CTRL+L for logging clip ranges
  • Arrow keys move source image in Compositor editors
  • Project events panel and persistent project events data
  • 8 video/1 audio and 1 video/8 audio track layoutsn for sequences
  • Media objects are now displayed using large thumbnails with information overlays
  • Noise and EBUBars image producers
  • Bin panel is now resizable
  • Colgate white balance plugin
  • Tracks menu
  • Support for Copy/Paste in Title Editor
  • Runtime environment data can be saved into a file
  • Rename and Clip Color features added to Clip context menus
  • Make cut action available when working with trim edit tools
  • Image Grid filter
  • Audio information for clip is displayed with level data instead of waveform
  • Panel sizes are now persistent
  • UP/DOWN arrows move position to In/Out Marks and clip ends on Clip Monitor display
  • HOME/END keys move position to timeline start/end
  • Sync Parent feature GUI update
  • Timeline focus fixes to make keyboard shortcuts available better
  • M keyboard shortcut for adding markers
  • Sync frame offsets visible
  • Display selected range on timeline frame widget
  • Display selected range length for Clips under monitor

Install Flowblade 0.10:

Click to download flowblade_0.10.0-1_all.deb. Then run below command to install the package:

sudo dpkg -i ~/Downloads/flowblade_0.10.0-1_all.deb; sudo apt-get -f install

This has been tested on Ubuntu 13.04, Ubuntu 12.04 and Linux Mint 14, Linux Mint 15. Ubuntu 12.10, Ubuntu 11.10, Linux Mint 12, Linux Mint 13 and Debian 7 should work.

via: Flowblade on Google Code

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