Thursday, 4 May 2017

Kino 1.3.4-2.1build2

Posted By: Macrolinux - 5/04/2017 06:50:00 am

Requirements: BeeFree OS, md5 : 6d60ccf000b46b60086416ba5e2a6523, size : 18.1 MB

Kino was a free software GTK+-based video editing software application for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. The development of Kino was started at the end of 2000 by Dan Dennedy and Arne Schirmacher.[1] The project's aim was: "Easy and reliable DV editing for the Linux desktop with export to many usable formats." The program supported many basic and detailed audio/video editing and assembling tasks.[2]

Kino has been included in several Linux distributions, including DebianPuppy Linux[3] and Ubuntu.[4] BSD ports are also available.
Development towards major feature implementations in Kino was slowed due to the lead developer, Dan Dennedy's inclination towards the development of Media Lovin' Toolkit. Dennedy indicated when he released Kino 1 that he was returning to work on the MLT Framework to support Kdenlive (another Linux non-linear digital video editor), "since its latest version shows much promise."[5]
As of August 5, 2013, the official website for Kino indicated that the project is "dead" and that users should try alternative software.[6]

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