Install Flowblade Movie Editor In Ubuntu

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Flowblade Movie Editor is a multitrack non-linear video editor for Linux released under GPL 3 license. Flowblade is designed to provide a fast, precise and robust editing experience.

In Flowblade clips are usually automatically placed tightly after or between clips when they are inserted on the timeline. Edits are fine tuned by trimming in and out points of clips, or by cutting and deleting parts of ips. Flowblade provides powerful tools to mix and filter video and audio.

Features

Editing:

2 move tools
2 trim tools
4 methods to insert/overwrite/append a clip on the timeline
Drag’n’Drop clips on the timeline
Clip and Compositor parenting with other clips
Max 9 combined video and audio tracks available

Image compositing:

7 compositors. Mix, zoom, move and rotate source video with keyframed animation tools
19 blends. Stardand image blend modes like Add, Hardlight and Overlay are available
41 pattern wipes.

Image and audio filtering:

50+ image filters. Color correction, image effects, distorts, alpha manipulation, blur, edge detection, motion effects, freeze frame
30+ audio filters. Keyframed volume mixing. Echo, reverb, distort and many other audio effects

Supported editable media types:

Most common video and audio formats
JPEG and PNG image file types
SVG vector graphics
Numbered frame sequences

Output encoding:

depending on installed MLT/FFMPEG support videos can be rendered with mpeg2, mp4, h264, Theora video codecs and Mp2, mp3, ac3 audio codecs into many container formats
User can define rendering by setting FFMpeg args

Installing Flowblade

Download the .deb file here.

You can double click on the .deb package to install via Ubuntu Software Centre

flowblade

 OR

Open Terminal and run the command below from package directory:

$ sudo dpkg -i flowblade_0.10.0-1_all.deb

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Tutorials

Below are links to some tutorials created:

Tutorial 1: Creating Project

Tutorial 2: Basic Editing

Tutorial 3: Creating Composite Images

You can also compile from source.

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