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Poll: Do you like Kdenlive?
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It's OK/Not sure
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Never heard of it
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Kdenlive, what do people here think of it?
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(07-02-2018, 11:04 AM)lotrjjw Wrote:
(07-02-2018, 10:52 AM)slekyr Wrote: What if we have heard of it but never used it so we can't really say that we haven't heard of it, we like it, don't like it, or that's it's just ok.  Big Grin

Sorry I should have made the 'Its OK' option a 'Its OK/Not sure' option I dont think I can change it now.

Done.

By the way, if people are confused about what this is, it's an NLE.
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(07-04-2018, 12:51 AM)theryaney Wrote:
(07-02-2018, 11:04 AM)lotrjjw Wrote:
(07-02-2018, 10:52 AM)slekyr Wrote: What if we have heard of it but never used it so we can't really say that we haven't heard of it, we like it, don't like it, or that's it's just ok.  Big Grin

Sorry I should have made the 'Its OK' option a 'Its OK/Not sure' option I dont think I can change it now.

Done.

By the way, if people are confused about what this is, it's an NLE.

Thanks thats very helpful, although many people have already voted that they havent heard of it anyway.
Im glad that changing it didnt reset the results, I have seen that happen on other forums, where a poll gets created, then gets changed somehow and the results are lost.
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#13
Not many people use Linux, and it looks like this was primarily developed for Linux machines, so I'm not too surprised. Good to know there are versions available for other OSes too, though.
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Added this to the free editing software thread.

(07-04-2018, 06:39 PM)addiesin Wrote: Not many people use Linux, and it looks like this was primarily developed for Linux machines, so I'm not too surprised. Good to know there are versions available for other OSes too, though.

I just installed the beta windows version. I'll give a review after messing with it a bit.

Every video I try to add says it's invalid and is removed from the project. Frustrating. Got it to work. It's having a hard time loading previews. I do love that you can use the jog wheel on the mouse to move frames forward or backward.
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(07-04-2018, 06:45 PM)DigModiFicaTion Wrote: Added this to the free editing software thread.

(07-04-2018, 06:39 PM)addiesin Wrote: Not many people use Linux, and it looks like this was primarily developed for Linux machines, so I'm not too surprised. Good to know there are versions available for other OSes too, though.

I just installed the beta windows version. I'll give a review after messing with it a bit.

Every video I try to add says it's invalid and is removed from the project. Frustrating. Got it to work. It's having a hard time loading previews. I do love that you can use the jog wheel on the mouse to move frames forward or backward.

There have been some files that have been a bit difficult to add for me too, I right clicked the file from its folder and opened it with kdenlive. 
I haddent discovered the mouse jog wheel did that thanks! There is another way to advance frames under the preview using the up and down arrows next to the time point.

I use linux which is how I came across this software in the first place, its easier to install linux software thats already been added to the depository for the distribution, than to try and compile something. Windows software is theoretically possible to use with WINE but it can be a faf.
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