Kdenlive 22.04 arrives with official support for the Apple M1 and initial 10bit color

Kdenlive 22.04

On April 21st, KDE ad KDE Gear 22.04, the April 2022 set of apps that came with new features. At that time, the code for applications such as Dolphin, Okular or Gwenview began to be available, all in version 22.04.0, but it was not until yesterday, Monday, May 2, that the project ad the availability of Kdenlive 22.04. Now not only is the launch official, but it is already available on different platforms, including non-Linux ones.

And speaking of the different platforms, one of the novelties has to do with Apple's, since in Kdenlive 22.04 added official support for your M1. Another notable novelty is that support for 10-bit color has begun on all platforms, although they want to make it clear that the effects do not yet work on this type of image.

Kdenlive 22.04 Highlights

  • Kdenlive now runs on Apple's M1 architecture.
  • Includes initial support for the full 10-bit color gamut on all platforms, though note that 10-bit color does not yet work with effects.
  • Variable frame rate video transcoding to an easy-to-edit format, and some filters, such as Blur, Lift/Gamma/Gain, Vignette, and Mirror, are now cut-thread, improving rendering speed.
  • It's not new to the app, but the template store is now open and we can all contribute our effects.
  • The speech recognition interface has improvements to the highlight color of selected text, font size, and has been appropriately renamed Speech Editor.
  • Support for high and low resolution displays.
  • Improved handling of OpenTimelineIO.
  • Correction of ASS subtitles.
  • Addition of CR2, ARW and JP2 image formats.
  • The render dialog has received an interface rewrite, drastically improving usability and giving the user more power by adding a new custom profiling interface.
  • Ability to render multiple videos by zones using the timeline guides.
  • The icon view mode in project bin has also received a major facelift.

Kdenlive 22.04 It is now available for all supported systems from your official website. From there, Linux users can download an AppImage, but it's also in Flatub and in a repository for Ubuntu. In the next few days it will reach the official repositories of the different Linux distributions.

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