You may have favorite video editor to edit your videos but there is no harm to try something new, its initial release was not that long, with time it made some great improvements. It can be bit hard to master this video editor but if you are not new in this field you can make it easily and will be total worth of time.
Flowblade is a multitrack non-linear video editor released under GPL3 license. It supports all the media that is available in the Linux system when the FFMPEG library is working as the backend. Typical startup message on terminal tells that 146 formats, 78 video codecs and 58 audio codecs are available to be used.

It has advanced timeline workflow, which offers a set of industry standard editing tools combined with Flowblade's take on insert editing concept - or "magnetic timeline" as it is called by some - make adding, moving and trimming clips a breeze. Combine and mix images and audio with the powerful tools available. Color correct image to suit your vision and modify audio to get the mood you wish to express. It also supports G'MIC which is a powerful open source image filtering technology that Flowblade makes easily available with a dedicated tool.
Rendering presets are available in wide variety to choose from and user can also choose options: MPEG-2 .mpg, H.264 .mp4. MPEG-4 .mp4, Theora .ogv, Lossless HuffYUV .avi, Lossless MPEG-2 .mpg, Lossless MPEG-4 .mp4, Lossless H.264 .mp4.



  • Insert, Append, Overwrite Range and Overwrite Clip actions for adding clips on the Timeline
  • Drag and drop clips on the Timeline
  • Clip and Compositor parenting and resync with other clips
  • Split audio from video
  • Audio levels display
  • Clone and copy paste clips and filters
  • Mute track video or audio
  • Max 9 combined video and audio tracks available
  • JKL playback and advanced arrow key seek
  • Flowblade provides functionality to save, name and manage in point to out point ranges on media items
  • Drag and drop items/clips from/to Range Log panel
  • G'MIC is a full-featured open-source framework for image processing
  • Flowblade G'MIC tool presents user with a selection of commads that can be edited and combined to achieve complex filtering of video clips
  • Monitor audio levels on VU meters during playback
  • Media Relinker is a standalone application running in its own process and does not affect the project that is open in Flowblade
  • Slow motion and fast speed clips
  • Watermarks
  • And Many more.

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