Now the nonlinear video editor officially joins the other 50 KDE projects in the Canonical Snap Store.
Kdenlive one editor of nonlinear video that many users who start with Linux use to edit video, it has even appeared on a list that we have made with good options for those who want to edit video on Linux. The announcement was made on the KDE blog by dev Jonathan Riddell, where he comments that snaps are a new continents-based package format and that the KDE project has more than 50 applications already available in this format, stating that now Kdenlive's turn to join the snap family officially.
Riddell comments on the new format and adoption of their KDE community:
Most KDE Snap packages are built by the KDE Neon team on their own servers, and are intended to make building packages more integrated with project repositories, ensuring continuous build. This means that these packages are often updated, and the moment a change is made, you as a user will always have the latest versions of KDE software, with new features and bug fixes.
With that, we now have the 3 (three) new formats supported by Kdenlive officially, snap, flatpak and appimage. Apart from the other formats you can consult here.
If you want to try Kdenlive via snap, you must first install snap support on your system. If this support does not exist natively, you can learn how to enable this feature through our tutorial. If you use Ubuntu and its flavors, just search the Store for kdenlive or via terminal with the following command:
sudo snap install kdenlive
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