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The Academy Software Foundation (https://aswf.io) has been set up by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, along with the Linux Foundation, to watch over the open source community around animation/movie making.

They are currently setting up the processes for intaking projects. My impression is they'll focus on critical and narrow-scope projects initially, such as for special effects, animation, which are very needed by the industry and need support.

Maybe they'll get also to classical video editing, because movie making, but it depends on the industry's interest after all.

https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2018/08/hollywood-turns-to-open-source

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Wondering if anyone has tried this?
Professional Video Editor DaVinci Resolve 15 Stable Released

DaVinci Resolve 15 stable has been released for Linux, Windows, and macOS. The new release brings native audio support on Linux and a long list of new features and improvements.

DaVinci Resolve is a professional video and effects editor. The tool, which can be used for editing, color correction, audio post production and visual effects, has two versions: free to use and paid (DaVinci Resolve Studio).

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The new version 2.4.2 of Openshot is out!!
More on Openshot.org

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In case you missed it here is the KDE news post of our sprint.

https://dot.kde.org/2018/05/12/kdenlive-sprint-movie

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The first beta release of the refactoring branch is out! Go test it!

Also tonight we have out monthly Kdenlive Café. See you there.

https://kdenlive.org/2018/02/kdenlive-cafe-and-beta-appimage/
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