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Cinelerra is a linux video editor. Heroine Virtual Ltd. presents an advanced compositing and editing system for native Linux at no cost to users. Cinelerra does primarily 3 main things: capturing, compositing, and editing audio and video with sample level accuracy. It's a seemless integration of audio, video, and still photos rarely experienced on a web server.

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OS: Linux
File size: 54MB
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7.2 Original / GG v2019-11 (November 10, 2019)



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Complete Version history / Release notes / Changelog


11/10/19 - Cinelerra 7.2 A long awaited audio upgrade. New flanger, chorus, tremolo, & multiband compressor. Reverb got a full band pass filter. Compressor got VU meters & grid snapping. Pulseaudio support. Sample accurate keyframes for audio plugins. Better synchronization between the audio plugins & the playhead. Right click on an edit to get an info box. The ever present bug fixes.


1/22/19 - Cinelerra 7.1 Exporting of H.265 video in Quicktime. Seeking for MKV/WEBM files. More bugs fixed.


10/12/17 - Cinelerra 7 Optimized playback of large format video. H.265 decoding. Optimized screen capturing. Spherical camera blending. Eyedropper can show the maximum value. Interpolating CR2 images always white balances. Watch Secrets of Cinelerra. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEQ4Cve3_-M


11/16 - Cinelerra 6 Updated the h264 decoding. There are no longer picons in the asset window. Motion tracking got major optimizations. Resampling effects got new interfaces. Titler can load subtitle files.


11/11/15 - Cinelerra 4.6.1 Updated the x264 compressor library. Improved the mp3 decoding. Video scaling is now either nearest neighbor or bicubic, but never linear. Proxy editing got a start before discovering modern PCs can easily decode 4k.


9/8/14 - Cinelerra 4.6 Split pane editing. OpenGL supported on Intel HD. Titler improvements. Bugfixes.


10/31/13 - Cinelerra 4.5 Speed curves mainly for video & in degraded quality for audio. Some control over whether automation follows edits. Ability to transfer keyframes between audio and video tracks. Motion temporaries are stored in /tmp/m and /tmp/r files. Time Avg clears the accumulator on keyframes.


9/7/12 - Cinelerra 4.4 Faster startup and responsiveness. Audio oscilloscope. Histogram updates. Audio gap removal. Better recording from webcams. Better live audio processing. Introducing the Bright theme for outdoor use.


8/5/11 - Cinelerra 4.3 has dropped.

Mainly, playing around with text to movie synthesis, lots of bug fixes. Turn your script into an instant movie with live updating and seeking, with text to movie.

Newer faster icon buttons for selecting load mode.
Blur extended to radei beyond 100 pixels.
Swap channels supports OpenGL.
New swap frames effect.
Quicktime make_streamable utility has been ported to support some outside
streams with AVC1.
Most QDesign Music 2 derivatives supported.
Most WMA, WMV & FLV derivatives supported through FFMPEG. These formats don't support seeking.
x and backspace function in the Compositor window.
Ruler and angle tool.
For IEEE1394/IEC61883/DV1394 replaced timed waits with polling since pthread_cond_timedwait doesn't work
in all kernels.
Better table of contents generation for the MPEG decoding.
2 point motion tracking for faster rotation tracking.
- Configurable x, y for search area in addition to w, h.
Backed out broken keyframe editing patches.
Full screen mode selects the right monitor for dual head.
Title does proper alpha blending when dropshadow and fade are used but is slower.
Lens aberration effect
Graphic EQ.
Parametric EQ now uses a logarithmic envelope.
Musical note entry in the Synthesizer.
FLAC audio
Linear & bezier modes for curves.
Outlining for Titles.
Attach effects to multiple tracks simultaneously from the Audio & Video menus.
Better asynchronous frame decoding.
ID3 tags handled by mp3 parser.
Keyframe spanning for effects & masks.
- Select single point in time & it uses default keyframe generation as before.
- Select a range & it copies the changed parameter to all selected keyframes.
Spectrogram horizontal zoom & color



10/15/10 - Cinelerra 4.2 has arrived.

Mainly a bugfix & personal need release. Of main interest might be the "Edit->Align edits" feature, which aligns all the audio edits with the video.
Then there's the keyframe spanning feature, where highlighting a region with keyframe generation on causes effect tweeks to span all the keyframes.
Then there's the fact that all assets are opened in subprocesses so they don't bring down the entire program when they crash.
Version 4.1

Newer faster icon buttons for selecting load mode.
Blur extended to radei beyond 100 pixels.
Swap channels supports OpenGL.
New swap frames effect.
Quicktime make_streamable utility has been ported to support some outside
streams with AVC1.
Most QDesign Music 2 derivatives supported.
Most WMA, WMV & FLV derivatives supported through FFMPEG.These formats don't support seeking.
x and backspace function in the Compositor window.
Ruler and angle tool.
For IEEE1394/IEC61883/DV1394 replaced timed waits with polling since pthread_cond_timedwait doesn't work
in all kernels.
Better table of contents generation for the MPEG decoding.
2 point motion tracking for faster rotation tracking.
- Configurable x, y for search area in addition to w, h.
Backed out broken keyframe editing patches.
Full screen mode selects the right monitor for dual head.
Title does proper alpha blending when dropshadow and fade are used but is slower.
Lens aberration effect
Graphic EQ.
Parametric EQ now uses a logarithmic envelope.
Musical note entry in the Synthesizer.
FLAC audio
Linear & bezier modes for curves.
Outlining for Titles.
Attach effects to multiple tracks simultaneously from the Audio & Video menus.
Better asynchronous frame decoding.
ID3 tags handled by mp3 parser.
Keyframe spanning for effects & masks.
- Select single point in time & it uses default keyframe generation as before.
- Select a range & it copies the changed parameter to all selected keyframes.
Spectrogram horizontal zoom & color


10/15/10 - Cinelerra 4.2 has arrived.

Mainly a bugfix & personal need release. Of main interest might be the "Edit->Align edits" feature, which aligns all the audio edits with the video.
Then there's the keyframe spanning feature, where highlighting a region with keyframe generation on causes effect tweeks to span all the keyframes.
Then there's the fact that all assets are opened in subprocesses so they don't bring down the entire program when they crash.


Version 4.1

Newer faster icon buttons for selecting load mode.
Blur extended to radei beyond 100 pixels.
Swap channels supports OpenGL.
New swap frames effect.
Quicktime make_streamable utility has been ported to support some outside
streams with AVC1.
Most QDesign Music 2 derivatives supported.
Most WMA, WMV & FLV derivatives supported through FFMPEG.These formats don't support seeking.
x and backspace function in the Compositor window.
Ruler and angle tool.
For IEEE1394/IEC61883/DV1394 replaced timed waits with polling since pthread_cond_timedwait doesn't work
in all kernels.
Better table of contents generation for the MPEG decoding.
2 point motion tracking for faster rotation tracking.
- Configurable x, y for search area in addition to w, h.
Backed out broken keyframe editing patches.
Full screen mode selects the right monitor for dual head.
Title does proper alpha blending when dropshadow and fade are used but is slower.
Lens aberration effect
Graphic EQ.
Parametric EQ now uses a logarithmic envelope.
Musical note entry in the Synthesizer.
FLAC audio
Linear & bezier modes for curves.
Outlining for Titles.
Attach effects to multiple tracks simultaneously from the Audio & Video menus.
Better asynchronous frame decoding.
ID3 tags handled by mp3 parser.
Keyframe spanning for effects & masks.
- Select single point in time & it uses default keyframe generation as before.
- Select a range & it copies the changed parameter to all selected keyframes.
Spectrogram horizontal zoom & color


Version 4 080808

Newer faster icon buttons for selecting load mode.
Blur extended to radei beyond 100 pixels.
Swap channels supports OpenGL.
New swap frames effect.
Quicktime make_streamable utility has been ported to support some outside
streams with AVC1.
Most QDesign Music 2 derivatives supported.
Most WMA, WMV & FLV derivatives supported through FFMPEG.These formats don't support seeking.
x and backspace function in the Compositor window.
Ruler and angle tool.
For IEEE1394/IEC61883/DV1394 replaced timed waits with polling since pthread_cond_timedwait doesn't work
in all kernels.
Better table of contents generation for the MPEG decoding.
2 point motion tracking for faster rotation tracking.
- Configurable x, y for search area in addition to w, h.
Backed out broken keyframe editing patches.
Full screen mode selects the right monitor for dual head.
Title does proper alpha blending when dropshadow and fade are used but is slower.
Lens aberration effect
Graphic EQ.
Parametric EQ now uses a logarithmic envelope.
Musical note entry in the Synthesizer.
FLAC audio
Linear & bezier modes for curves.
Outlining for Titles.
Attach effects to multiple tracks simultaneously from the Audio & Video menus.
Better asynchronous frame decoding.
ID3 tags handled by mp3 parser.
Keyframe spanning for effects & masks.
- Select single point in time & it uses default keyframe generation as before.
- Select a range & it copies the changed parameter to all selected keyframes.
Spectrogram horizontal zoom & color


2.0 091205

Notes:
H.264 Video, MPEG-4 Audio and Video encoding in Quicktime, compatible with Quicktime player. - The ffmpeg front end has been improved to where it generates useful quality. - Certain frame rates and compression options don't work in Win.

Refurbished MPEG table of contents. - Tables of contents now detect changes in PID. - Tables of contents are created twice as fast. - Load any MPEG or IFO file with video in Cinelerra and a table of contents is automatically created. - Audio indexes are created simultaneously with MPEG tables of contents. - Still possible to create permanent tables of contents with mpeg3toc. - Using MPEG files in a renderfarm still requires mpeg3toc due to the fact that the automatic .toc files are hidden.

Fewer lockups when resizing video window.
Fewer crashes due to socket timeouts in background rendering.
Directory search boxes only contain relevant information for directories.
Hourglass displayed in main window during time consuming operations.
Having shared effect off but sharing instance on doesn't create mono sound anymore.
Tool options get closed when CWindow is closed.
Picture settings retained after recording from V4L2. Workaround for V4L2 driver where 2 different picture settings must be uploaded.
Bitrate displayed in asset info box.
64 bit plugins are stored in /usr/lib64 so 64 bit executables can be run on the same systems as 32 bit executables without renaming the directory.
Color picker in compositor window allows selecting colors from the output frame for use in effects.
Refurbushed chroma key: - uses color cube instead of hue for color comparison - uses the color picker to select the color
Support for raw digital camera importing. - Uses dcraw to decode the images into floating point RGB. - tested on Canon .cr2 and .tiff files. - Linearize effect is provided to convert gamma values.
White balance function in colorbalance effect. - Select the grey color in the compositor window. - Hit the white balance button.

YUV 16 bit colormodels have been depreciated. The only practical colormodels have been 8 bit and floating point. Even with raw sensor data, the precision needs to be higher to handle the gamma correction.

Difference key using different tracks.
Undo buffers use compression to reduce memory usage.
Undo supports effect tweeks.
Nudge textboxes are ganged.
Mouse wheel changes nudge value.

Holding CTRL when doing any playback operation causes the in/out points to be used for the playback range.

Moved from the unified camera and projector keyframes to discrete x and y curves.
- Z was already made discrete out of necessary utility.
- Too much information was drawn on the Compositor window.
- The timeline functionality is extended to better handle curves.

Alt+up and Alt+down zoom the automation vertically.

Dedicated window provided for selecting which automation overlays to show.

The problem with virtual filesystem: - VFS was developed back when we wanted to use some high powered servers but didn't have root access to mount filesystems on them. That situation ended and it was taking an enourmous amount of effort to work VFS around the number of strange things libraries do like accessing megabytes using fgetc. VFS has now been phased out.

Fixed lockups due to MWindow locking CWindow when MWindow was still locked.
Fixed problems loading ulaw sound files.

Tip of the day shown.
Filebox supports deleting files and refreshing.
Extra zoom levels added to Compositor window.

Highlighted region overrides in/out points if it is nonzero length.

Blond theme has not been updated. Instead it has been replaced by the SUV theme. The SUV theme is extremely manly and dark and should make the media stand out more.

MPEG4 audio decodes on x86_64. Had to put stdint.h in faad.h and change all the unsigned long to uint32_t because those structures were redefined in structs.h with uint32_t.

Channel changing for Video4Linux2 ported to kernel 2.6.7. Automatic channel scanning and sorting is supported for the 1 guy who still uses these cards.

Pressing ALT while clicking in cropping window causes translation of all 4 cropping points.

Rotation effect supports a variable pivot and drawing of the pivot in the frame.

DV support migrated to latest API rewrite: libIEC61883

MPEG video encoding provides a graphical interface for YUV 4:2:0 encoding on the mjpegtools version of mpeg2enc.

The audio playback options support a global offset for audio synchronization. This doesn't affect the audio playback or the rendering. It just compensates for inaccuracy in the Linux sound drivers.

The ALSA options allow compensation for lockups at end of playback depending on the ALSA version, soundcard, and ALSA rewrite.

Press Tab while the cursor is anywhere over a track to toggle the track arming status. Press Shift-Tab while the cursor is over a track to toggle the arming status of every other track.

Resample effect changed to match the behavior of the Reframe effects.
Scale factors > 1 shorten the length of the audio.


1.2.1 (2004-08-11)

Changes:
Theme images stored as elf binaries instead of concatenated png files.
Project filename restored from backups.
Proper frame being read out of cache for frame advance.
Automatically repositions when loading new file to top left of timeline.
Presets in Set Format for quick reconfiguration.
Transition lengths adjusted for frame rate changes.
Keyframes for effects are hidden if edits are collapsed.

Compressor works better. Readahead option removed. Delay removed.
Setting reaction time negative provides readahead now. Also a
smoothing only option renders the just loudness for academic uses.

Realtime time stretch and reframe for video.
Time average now supports accumulation and doesn't require reading ahead.

ALSA buffer underruns handled better for 2.6.7.
ALSA synchronization and interrupts handled better.
32 bit option in ALSA.
Backup fonts in case primary fonts don't exist.
Sound levels over 0 DB show in meters with a new max level setting.
DenoiseFFT debug

New event propogation system should reduce the number of lockups due to
repeat events.

Faster meter responsiveness.

Migrated to DV1394 version 2.6.7 for DV capture.
Migrated the Video 4 Linux 2 JPEG driver to Video 4 Linux 2 JPEG version 2.6.7.
Partially supported uncompressed Video 4 Linux 2 version 2.6.7 but need new frequency table.
Linux 2.4 is depreciated.

RGB floating point color space.
RGB 16 removed.
OpenEXR support
Floating point TIFF.

Higher precision in YUV/RGB conversions.
Greyscale JPEGs imported properly.

CD ripper accepts ending tracks higher than the total tracks. Put in
100 for the ending track to get the entire disk.

Race conditions in certain dialog box openings removed.

Quicktime: faster writing since write buffer is disabled while writing
data.
Quicktime: floating point color conversions
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Cinelerra is one of the most advanced, open-source non-linear video editors and compositors for Linux.

Users are frequently confused about the fact that three separately maintained versions of this software exist.

A detailed feature comparison between Cinelerra-CV, Cinelerra-HV and Cinelerra 5.1 has been posted on our mailing list on March 30, 2016. Thanks to Phyllis Smith.
Link http://lists.cinelerra-cv.org/pipermail/cinelerra/attachments/20160330/23d34507/attachment.pdf


About Cinelerra-HV

Cinelerra was originally developed by Adam Williams (formerly known as Jack Crossfire) at Heroine Virtual Ltd. This is what the HV stands for.

Unlike most of the free Open Source projects, the development of Cinelerra-HV isn't open to distributed collaboration and there is no support for the software. Though in the past, Adam Williams stopped by at our mailing list occasionally.

Cinelerra-HV exists even today. Every few months a release is made on SourceForge.


About Cinelerra-GG 5.1

Around March 2014 we overlooked the renewal of cinelerra.org. The domain was then taken over by a different project, which is following commercial interests.

For a while, they released their own version ("5.0") and made their own adjustments to the software.

In January 2016, the developer working behind cinelerra.org ("Good Guy") joined us and continues to improve the software here. He is also accepting feedback on our mailing list.

This version started out as Cinelerra 4.6-mod a few years back and was renamed to 5.0 after Adam Williams showed no interest in merging its features into Cinelerra-HV.

The current version of this software is Cinelerra-GG 5.1 Beta and can be found here.

You can also see a A Brief History of Time, written from the developer's point of view.


About Cinelerra-CV

CV stands for Community Version. This website was originally meant to be a community for Cinelerra-HV, where users could come together to get help or work on improving the original software.

Our goals have not changed to this day:

Cinelerra-CV can be considered a fork, although we try to develop it in a direction not diverging from the original and merge with all the new releases from the original project. This does not mean that enhancements to the software are forbidden, they are very welcome.
We apply bug fixes, compiler compliance fixes, and enhancements for the HV code to our git repository.
When there is a new official release, few members (usually just Johannes Sixt) merge HV's code with our code taking the new enhancements from HV, and re-arranging our version to be more similar to the original (whitespace, function naming, directory naming, slight changes in implementations etc). During recent years, we've fallen a bit behind with merging HV's releases, but it still is our goal to do so.
New HV releases often have problems in the form of bugs or usability issues, since HV only builds for few distros. We intend to fix them (as users find bugs and as time permits to fix them) before making a new release.
Cinelerra-CV primarily focusses on stability of the software. Rather than implementing the latest cutting-edge technology, new features of the software are tested for a while and patches from the community have to be a approved by a core developer.




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Until recently Cinelerra has been confined to hardcore Linux users who didn't mind rolling their own. An offshoot of the main project known as Cinelerra CV has made great improvements in both the stability of this prog and availability through package management in various distros. I have been trying it out for a couple of months now in both Linux Mint 4.0 and Ubuntu Studio 7.10, using the Cinelerra-Generic package with openGL support. Video newbies who've never used a NLE Editor before will find this program a little daunting, I strongly recommend downloading the well-written manual and browsing it first. The GUI of Cinelerra is unlike anything I've ever seen, used with Compiz it is quite attractive once you get used to it. It has 4 main windows consisting of a timeline, a viewer for editing clips, resources window and compositor window to display the output as formatted, It will import many types of clips but some (MPEG-2, DVD) require indexing with a 3rd party indexing tool. (I use "Seven-Gnomes" available at the Cinelerra CV site in the Links). I can directly import video clips in MJPEG format from my Canon Powershot S5 Camera and edit them with ease in Cinelerra, I then export the project as RawDV or DVavi and convert them to DVD or MPEG-4 with another program like WinFF, AviDemux or DeVeDe. Cinelerra will export to other formats but in my opinion there aren't as many options as I'd like to render the final project directly. There are a good assortment of transitions and filters to choose from and LADSPA Audio plugins can also be added if needed. In the event that the program crashes it usually is kind enough to create a backup so you can restart and reload your work. I am hesitant to compare Cinelerra to Adobe or Vegas because it does what I want and does it well so I see no need to peg it as an alternative to anything in Windows. I believe it succeeds on it's own merits.

NOTE: http://cvs.cinelerra.org/ is the Cinelerra CV site, all instructions to get packages for different distros can be found there.


Review by GMaq on Dec 23, 2007 Version: Cinelerra CV - Generic OS: Linux Ease of use: 7/10 Functionality: 8/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 8/10




Broadcast2000/Cinelerra predated XdTV (xawdecode), DeVeDe and Kino too. I am just pointing this out to hopefully finally lay to rest any myth that may still linger about Linux video editing not being ready or being difficult.

If Cinelerra's built-in capturing isn't working then you can use XdTV for good quality MJPEG analogue/video4linux video capture or Kino for DV/firewire capture.

Contrary to what I've always heard, Cinelerra is NOT hard to use at all but to use it comfortably requires a very hi-res display or better a multi-head X display setup. You can learn how to use Cinelerra in 15 minutes or so by following Rob Fishers guide.

http://www.robfisher.net/video/cinelerra1.html

I've tried mailing him to update it with a reference to XdTV as an alternate video capture tool but I've received no response yet. The other omission from Robs tutorial is DeVeDe- Cinelerra 2.1 cvs is still currently incapable of rendering to MPEG2-PS (DVD format) video but this is no longer a problem thanks to DeVeDe which makes it incredibly simple to make DVDs, VCDs, SVCDs and CVDs from .dv, .avi, .mov etc. video renderings.

Free, easy GNU/Linux video editing has arrived!


Review by danboid on Sep 17, 2006 Version: 2.1 OS: Linux Ease of use: 8/10 Functionality: 9/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 9/10




I used an earlier version of this software on Redhat 9 and it installed no problems. I have since switched to SuSE 9.1 and decided to give it a try again. That's when disaster struck!! There was 1 library I didn't have that was needed to run Cinellera. I installed it along with Cinellera, then the next time I booted into Linux my X Server was missing files. Being new to Linux, I was forced, after 3 hours of trying to get the files restored, to completely reinstall the OS. However, what I saw of Cinellera on Redhat really impressed me. I'm just gun shy about trying it again though!

Review by linwindude on Aug 1, 2004 Version: 1.1.8 OS: Linux Ease of use: 7/10 Functionality: 8/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 7/10


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