New Version 19.09: Multiselect and More Filters

Sep 14, 2019. | By: Dan Dennedy

Version 19.09 is now available for DOWNLOAD!

New Features

  • Added multi-select to Playlist as welll as Select All (Ctrl+Shift+A) and Select None (Ctrl+Shift+D) to its menu.
  • Added multi-select to Timeline, which is currently limited to the remove/delete and lift operations.
  • Added Select All (Ctrl+A) and Select None (Ctrl+D) to the Timeline menu.
  • Added new video filters:
    • Dither
    • Halftone
    • Posterize
    • Threshold
    • Elastic Scale (non-linear horizontal scaling)
    • Blend Mode (overrides the track Properties > Blend mode for that clip)

     

  • Added the option Play After Open (default on) to the playlist menu.
  • Added keyboard shortcuts for some existing Timeline menu actions:
    • Insert Track (Ctrl+Alt+I)
    • Remove Track (Ctrl+Alt+U)
    • Copy Timeline to Source (Ctrl+Alt+C)
  • Added a Galician translation.

Fixes

  • Fixed a crash in some audio filters when using 1 or 6 channels.
  • Fixed showing language English (Great Britain) when English (United States) is chosen.
  • Fixed a crash bug in v19.06 when changing image sequence Repeat in Properties.
  • Fixed a bug in v19.08 where dropping a video into Playlist on a new project does not update the Automatic Video Mode.
  • Fixed a bug in v19.08 in the on-screen rectangle control (as used in Text: Simple and Size and Position filters among a few others).
  • Fixed changing speed of a clip with a colon in the file name.
  • Fixed reading MLT XML with a colon in the file name of a relative path.
  • Fixed the playlist menu button disabled after removing all clips.
  • Fixed reloading Fade In Video or Fade Out Video using opacity may alter the colors.
  • Fixed Convert to Edit-friendly failing on GoPro videos.
  • Fixed filters during a transition are truncated after a Split on the timeline.
  • Fixed a bug in v19.08 where Keyframes becomes broken after trimming on the timeline.

Changes and Improvements

  • Reduced the size of the installation by 255 MiB!
  • Upgraded FFmpeg to v4.2.
  • Increased export process priority on Windows from Low (idle) to Below Normal.
  • Changed default HEVC quality to 45% so the x265 crf matches its default of 28.
  • Added the clip’s name to the end of a clip in Timeline if its block is wide enough.
  • No longer seek after dropping a clip from the player to the Timeline.

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