The term "alternative" generally means something not in the majority or the mainstream. When it comes to software, who picks the standard and defines the alternative?
Offline editing is a reality of digital editing. Here's how to get started with (and possibly even enjoy) offline editing in Kdenlive.
Kdenlive has so many tools that some often get overlooked. Seth Kenlon takes a look at 10 of the best.
Seth Kenlon explains how to implement one of the oldest VFX techniques in open source video editor Kdenlive.
In his latest Multimedia Makers column, Seth Kenlon gives some attention to the tools outside Kdenlive that help produce great sound for motion pictures.
Seth Kenlon shows us how to add lower thirds to video in Kdenlive.
The concepts and ideas of creative design should be taught, not just tools. That doesn't get you the job.
It doesn't take long to get comfortable working in the Kdenlive timeline, but it does take a little bit of work to get efficient. Seth Kenlon offers some tips.
Titles in video have always been difficult. It isn't the actual production of titles that's the problem—that's pretty straightforward in any multimedia program—but getting them to look good.
Kdenlive features an advanced overlay system by default. In fact, it's almost—but not quite—nodal. Node compositing is found in dedicated compositing software like Blender and Natron. And that's by default, for free.