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    Default beta kdenlive version 0.8 is looking promising

    The beta version 0.8 of kdenlive is now packaged by the Packman Packagers for openSUSE. I installed it on openSUSE-11.3 on my somewhat slow Dell Studio 1537 laptop (Core 2 Duo P8400 processor with Radeon HD 3450 graphics).

    Lots of new nice features.

    For example, I created this small title clip, which is much easier to create with this kdenlive version than it was with the older version:

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    Default Re: beta kdenlive version 0.8 is looking promising

    On Sun, 01 May 2011 23:36:02 +0530, oldcpu
    <oldcpu@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

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    > The beta version 0.8 of kdenlive is now 'packaged by the Packman
    > Packagers' (http://packman.links2linux.de/package/kdenlive) for
    > openSUSE. I installed it on openSUSE-11.3 on my somewhat slow Dell
    > Studio 1537 laptop (Core 2 Duo P8400 processor with Radeon HD 3450
    > graphics).
    >
    > Lots of new nice features.
    >
    > For example, I created this small title clip, which is much easier to
    > create with this kdenlive version than it was with the older version:
    >
    > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JO3urEBx-BE
    >



    not yet for 11.4, at least not on my mirror.


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    Default Re: beta kdenlive version 0.8 is looking promising

    Beta? AFAIK 0.8 is an stable release.

    The version for 11.4 is not available because of the same problem VLC has. Meanwhile you can install it from home:RedDwarf:KDE.

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    Default Re: beta kdenlive version 0.8 is looking promising

    On Mon, 02 May 2011 00:06:02 +0530, RedDwarf
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    > Beta? AFAIK 0.8 is an stable release.
    >
    > The version for 11.4 is not available because of the same problem VLC
    > has. Meanwhile you can install it from home:RedDwarf:KDE.
    >



    great, thank you! i've tried it only quickly, but the last time i tried
    kdenlive it was too unstable and would have crashed already.


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    Default Re: beta kdenlive version 0.8 is looking promising

    Quote Originally Posted by RedDwarf View Post
    Beta? AFAIK 0.8 is an stable release.
    I confess to knowing nothing about the version numbering. But in case curious as to where I pulled this 'beta' from, it was from this KDEnlive forum thread: Version 0.8? | Kdenlive where user "sunab" (one of the developers) noted they created version 0.8 as a "pre-release" of version 0.8. I should have stated "pre-release" instead of "beta". Typically on the KDEnlive forum there is a big announcement with a new release. I missed that for version 0.8 if it was made.

    Quote Originally Posted by phanisvara View Post
    great, thank you! i've tried it only quickly, but the last time i tried
    kdenlive it was too unstable and would have crashed already.
    I can still crash kdenlive almost at will. One quickly learns to press "save" every 30 seconds and to learn and avoid the key sequences that can cause a crash.

    Still, despite my ability to easily crash the software, I really do like this software.

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    Default Re: beta kdenlive version 0.8 is looking promising

    Quote Originally Posted by oldcpu View Post
    For example, I created this small title clip
    I received a number of PMs from Linux users looking at another of my short title clip demo's, complaining that no one ever does a video on how to create a title clip. I confess I always considered a basic title clip pretty obvious, although if one wants to scroll the text it is not quite as easy.

    Here is an example of how I created something like the scrolling text above with kdenlive-0.8 (created on an openSUSE-11.3 PC):

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