Part 6: Workflow and conclusion At the film production facility at which I work, Kdenlive is the Linux editor in production use, and it performs and frequently out-performs the Mac boxes in cost, upkeep, flexibility, speed, and stability. This article series seeks to illuminate for professional editors how Kdenlive can replace proprietary tools, nearly as a drop-in replacement. A good video editor is one that is suitable for anyone wanting to edit video, with powerful features that enable the video professional to do any task required of the job, yet with the simplicity that allows a hobbyist to quickly cut together footage off of a phone or point-and-click camera. Kdenlive can be both of those things, but regardless of the scope of your video project, there are right and wrong ways of doing things.
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Windows Do not use the Kdenlive uninstall. More details see here. Windows standalone version: Double click the self-extracting exe not an installer, does not need admin rights to extract. To start Kdenlive double click Kdenlive. First time use of Kdenlive: Please start Kdenlive twice. This issue should be solved with Windows version Please follow these steps to solve the issue.
There are still known issues. Packages are available from the MacPorts project, unfortunately they are outdated. Volunteers are encouraged to contribute.
Compiling and Installing Most distributions ship Kdenlive packages. However, Kdenlive and its core libraries like MLT are evolving quickly and distribution packages are not always available for the latest version.
Check our documentation if your distribution is not in the list for instructions on how to compile and install manually. Daily builds The daily builds have the latest features and bug fixes; they can be unstable and corrupt your project files and should not be used in production. You need 7zip for unpacking. Do not use the Kdenlive uninstall.
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