Lumiera is a Free/Open Source Non-Linear Video Editing (NLE) application project for GNU/Linux
It was born as a rewrite of the CinelerraCV codebase,
but developed later into an independent project with its own name. The application is still in an pre-alpha state and not usable for normal work.
- November 2015
While there’s been a long pause since our last news report, a lot of coding activity happened “behind the scenes”. Read more in our recent 2016 Development Report…
- November 2015
We published the next »preview release«
We did a lot of library and platform upgrades recently, which need to be reflected within package definitions and buildsystem. This “release” is relevant for developers only; we still have no user visible changes yet. As usual, we upgraded our Debian packaging and rebuilt the package on various distributions, to spot build problems and verify compatibility…
- August 2015
The reference platform for Lumiera has been upgraded to Debian/Jessie. And the Language level has been raised to C++14. As usal, Lumiera core developers will meet at and after the FrOSCon conference.
- May 2015
The existing Lumiera user interface has been switched to GTK-3.
Besides some clean-up, this prompted more activities in the area of GUI and workflow recently. Read more in the 2014/15 Spring Coding News…
- August 2014
Benny has compiled a small 2014 Summer News Report — As usual, Lumiera team will meet again at the FrOSCon conference at Bonn/St.Augustin (Germany)
- May 2014
the Lumiera core developers will visit the LAC Linux Audio Conference in Karlsruhe/Germany. As we did some years ago at Utrecht, we’ll help again with the Video streaming. And of course we’ll use the opportunity for a in-person developer meeting.
After this conference, Benny Lyons has written the 2014 Spring News Report