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Professional Video Editor `Lightworks` 11.5 Goes Stable For Linux

After being in beta for almost a year, Lightworks, a professional video editing and mastering software, has reached version 11.5 stable, this being the first Lightworks release for Linux. The new version is of course also available for Windows.According to Wikipedia, “Lightworks was an early developer of computer-based non-linear editing systems, and has been in development since 1989”. The application was used in some renowned Oscar and Emmy Award award-winning films, including The King’s Speech, Martin Scorsese’s Hugo and The Departed, Mission Impossible, Pulp Fiction, Braveheart and Batman.Lightworks is available as free to use or with a a pro license that costs $7.99 | 5.99€ | £4.99 a month or $79.99 | 59.99€ | £49.99 a year or a one time fee of $279.99 | 214.99€ | 179.99. The difference between the free and paid (pro) version is that the free version is limited to web formats such as MPEG4/H.264 at up to 720p while the pro version has a much wider range of output options, includes project sharing, 3D stereoscopic output, user-definable project locations, rendering and Hardware I/O support.It’s also worth mentioning that Lwks announced a while back that Lightworks will become open source. That was four years ago

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