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Open Movie Editor 0.0.20061219 released

The Open Movie Editor is a easy to use, yet powerful Video Editor.

This release adds a simple titleing module.

Posted by Richard Spindler 2006-12-19

Open Movie Editor 0.0.20061128 released

Open Movie Editor is an easy to use video editor.

This is a bugfix release that corrects an issue where clips with an effect applied were rendered in black.

Posted by Richard Spindler 2006-11-28

Open Movie Editor 0.0.20061121 released

Open Movie Editor is an easy to use video editor.

This release fixes a number of significant bugs, and adds support for the frei0r effect plugin specification.

Have fun

Posted by Richard Spindler 2006-11-21

Open Movie Editor 0.0.20060901 released

The Open Movie Editor is a project that aims to create an easy to use Video Editing Application intended for, but not limited to Free Operating Systems.

This Release fixes a number of small bugs and adds support for audiofiles with a samplerate of 44100.

Posted by Richard Spindler 2006-09-01

Open Movie Editor 0.0.20060630 released

This release adds a three significant new features, first of all extensive
support for undo and redo, as well as the possibility to add and remove tracks,
and support for the jack audio connection kit.
Of course the usual bug-fixes are in as well.

Posted by Richard Spindler 2006-06-30

New Release

An improved version of the Open Movie Editor was released today, it features an optimized playback engine, and a number of bugfixes.

Posted by Richard Spindler 2006-03-25

Second Release of the Open Movie Editor

The second release of the Open Movie Editor was done today.

The Open Movie Editor aims to be a simple tool for amtateur movie artists, it provides a non-linear video-editing timeline, is operated per Drag and Drop, and supports the Quicktime Video Format.

Have Fun
-Richard

Posted by Richard Spindler 2006-02-19

First Release

Hi,

The first release of The Open Movie Editor was made today.

The Open Movie Editor aims to be a simple tool for amtateur movie artists, it provides a non-linear video-editing timeline, is operated per Drag and Drop, and supports the Quicktime Video Format.

Have Fun
-Richard

Posted by Richard Spindler 2005-12-23