Pitivi Video Editor has reached version 0.94 recently. The new release features Gnome client-side decoration Gtk HeaderBar.
According to the release note, the main toolbar and menubar have been replaced by a headerbar and menubutton, saving a significant amount of precious vertical space and using the horizontal space better.
See the comparison -Pitivi 0.93 on the left, 0.94 on the right:
Besides that, Pitivi 0.94 fixed various bugs:
- Fixed crashes due to a broken version of CoGL, CoGL APIs has been dropped.
- Fixed crashes when running Pitivi outside of GNOME Shell due to Clutter GStreamer video output.
- Ported to Python3
- Text wrapping in the rendering progress dialog and title editor has been fixed
- Effects can now be reordered within a clip’s properties
- The default positioning of UI components (when starting from a fresh install) has been improved to be balanced properly
- Various issues have been corrected regarding:
- Drag and drop in the media library
- Audio waveforms
- The user manual is now up to date with the state of the new Pitivi series
- Undocked window components do not shift position on startup anymore
- Docked window components do not shift position on startup anymore, when the window is not maximized.
- The title editor’s UI has been simplified, and now supports decimal font sizes
- Educational infobars throughout the UI have been tweaked to make their colors less intrusive
- Timeline UI animations have been tweaked
- Other fixes and translations updates
How to get Pitivi 0.94:
First you may check out your OS type, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x86_64), by going to shutdown menu (top-right corner gear button) -> “About This Computer”
Select download the all-in-one-bundle package from the link below:
Extract the package and run the executable from the result folder.