The Avidemux video editor has reached the new version series 2.7.0 release earlier today.
The official website wrote in the announcement:
“On windows, some antivirus do not like recent versions, it is a false positive. There is no virus/trojan…… The code is generated on linux.”
Changes in Avidemux 2.7.0 include:
- FFmpeg switched to the 3.3.x branch
- Fixed frame computation bug that led to bad cutting
- Put log files into the local folder for Win32.
- Steplessly zoom paused video when the window is resized
- Added Ctrl+Shift+C shortcut to copy the current PTS to clipboard
- HEVC decoding via DXVA2 blacklisted on win32, active on win64
- Fix VP9 decoding
- New filter:ADM ivtc
- Distinguish between AC3 and EAC3 when importing
- UI improvements and more.
Download / Install Avidemux 2.7.0 in Ubuntu:
The official AppImage, a single executable file for all Linux, is available for download at the link below:
Make the AppImage executable from its ‘Properties’ dialog, and run the file will launch the video editor:
If you don’t see ‘Run’ option, go to menu Edit -> Preferences -> Behavior -> tick the box says ‘Run executable text files when they are opened’, and finally re-open Nautilus file browser.