Flowblade – GNU/Linux exclusive video editor with many popular features

Flowblade – GNU/Linux exclusive video editor with many popular features

Flowblade is a multitrack non-linear video editor released under GPL3 license. From beginners to masters, Flowblade helps make your vision a reality of image and sound.

Flowblade supports all the media that in general can be accessed in a Linux system when the FFMPEG library is working as the backend. Typical startup message on terminal tells that 146 formats, 78 and 58 audio codecs are available to be used.

The Flowblade download comes in the form of a .deb file, so Debian/Ubuntu/Mint users will have no issue there. Users of most other popular distributions should have no issue finding Flowblade in their repositories; Arch/Antergos/Manjaro users have it in their repo for example.

There is also the option of building from source, for those interested. More information on the download and installation can be found here.

Features: The features page lists a plethora of various goodies, but are the most noteworthy features:

  • Clip and Compositor parenting and resync with other clips
  • Max 9 combined video and audio tracks available
  • Flowblade offers a dedicated Batch Render Queue application. Batch Render Queue is a separate application to Flowblade and runs on different process, so it is possible to close Flowblade without affecting ongoing renders
  • Flowblade G’MIC tool presents user with a selection of commands that can be edited and combined to achieve complex filtering of video clips

The complete features are detailed at their website. Download/Installation: Linux .deb

Credits: https://www.ghacks.net/2018/04/06/a-look-at-gnu-linux-exclusive-flowblade-video-editor/


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