non-linear video editor
Flowblade Movie Editor is designed to provide a fast, precise and as-simple-as-possible editing experience.
Flowblade employs film style editing paradigm in which clips are usually automatically placed tightly after the previous clip - or between two existing 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 clips. Film style editing is faster for creating programs with mostly straight cuts and audio splits, but may be slower when programs contain complex composites unless correct work flow is followed.
DocumentationOfficial documentation at http://jliljebl.github.io/flowblade/webhelp/help.html and install instructions at https://github.com/jliljebl/flowblade/blob/master/flowblade-trunk/docs/INSTALLING.md.
released on 20 March 2017
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