Thursday, September 29, 2016

How to install Flowblade 1.8.0 on Ubuntu 16.04, A Feature-rich and Multitrack Non-Linear Video Editor

     Flowblade 1.8 is a multitrack non-linear video editor for Linux. Flowblade has some operational advantages over other video editors which make it faster. Simple tweaks in the latest version which make it more precise and it is robust and stable by design.


Flowblade 1.8.0 Features

Let’s dive deeper and check out the new Flowblade 1.8.0 Features..
Editing:
  •     Comes with 3 move tools and 3 trim tools.
  •     4 methods to insert / overwrite / append clips 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:
  •     6 compositors. Mix, zoom, move and rotate source video with keyframed animation tools.
  •     19 blends. Standard image blend modes like Add, Hardlight and Overlay are available.
  •     40+ pattern wipes.
Image and audio filtering:
  •     50+ image filters: color correction, image effects, distorts, alpha manipulation, blur, edge detection, motion effects, freeze frame, etc.
  •     30+ audio filters: keyframed volume mixing, echo, reverb, distort, etc.
Supported editable media types:
  •     Most common video and audio formats, depends on installed MLT/FFMPEG codecs
  •     JPEG, PNG, TGA, TIFF graphics file types
  •     SVG vector graphics
  •     Numbered frame sequences

Installation instructions:

1. First download .deb file for Flowblade 1.8.0 from here.

2. Open terminal and go the directory where you’ve downloaded the .deb file and run the following commands to install it

$ cd ~/Downloads

$ sudo dpkg -i ./flowblade-1.8.0-1_all.deb

If you get any dependency errors, you need to install some additional packages as shown.

$ sudo apt-get install -f





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