Flowblade it is a editor of video non-linear and multitrack for Linux that aims to be easy to use, fast and simple, in order to give the user an elementary and satisfying editing experience. Although that doesn’t mean you don’t have options for that.
In fact Flowblade has many, many options depending on what we want to do. And of course, you can do what anyone would expect to do with a video editor: cut or join videos, make videos using clips, pictures and soundtracks, add filters, transitions, Etc.
The program supports the most common video and audio formats, as well as PNG and JPG image formats and even SVG. Videos can be rendered using MPEG-2, H264, codecs Theora, As well as AC3 and MP3 in the audio section, being able to package the result in the user’s favorite container.
Unfortunately Flowblade is not in the official repositories of Ubuntu nor does it have its own, so the only way – at least for now – to install the program is by downloading the file .deb which can be found in the official site of the application. Once we have downloaded the installer just open it and our package manager will do the rest.
When the installation is complete just start the application through ours launcher preferred.
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