The KDE Project has put out a fundraiser in an effort to help the development team behind the popular Kdenlive video editor take the next step in the development process of this powerful open-source project.
When I edit my videos, I understand how powerful Kdenlive is, and for the most part, its completely free. I wager that many individuals out there are using it as well, but it looks to be beneficial with the help of the community.
If the fundraiser proves to be successful, and I have no doubt that it will, Kdenlive will provide some cool new features such as nested timelines, which allows you to open several timeline tabs that each contain a separate timeline, where you may use one timeline within another to act as a single clip.
A new feature will be a new effects panel where you may more quickly and easily adjust the basic parameters of a video clip, such as brightness or contrast, as well as crop and transform videos, and adjust the volume of audio clips.
Alongside these new features, the Kdenlive developers intend to improve the software''s source code to make it more reliable when encoding, rendering, or previewing, and to increase video and audio playback on the timeline at both normal and slow speeds.
If you like the future of the Kdenlive video editor and want to see these modifications in an upcoming release, visit the official website and donate whatever you can. With this initiative, the KDE Project paves the way for its community and contributors to develop free software in a sustainable manner.