Fedora and openSUSE are removing H.264, H.265, and VC-1 VA-API video codecs support from Mesa to avoid potential patent issues.
The ability to automatically import all videos from a remote channel into one of your PeerTube channels is the big news in PeerTube 4.3.
Kdenlive 22.08 video editor brings user interface improvements, improved audio recording experience, global subtitle styling, and more.
PeerTube 4.2, a free video platform, includes detailed viewer stats for videos, video editing directly from the web interface, and much more.
MPlayer 1.5 comes with small fixes to make sure it still compiles against modern versions of FFmpeg. Here's what's new!
An overview of the new version of PeerTube, a software solution to create alternative platforms to YouTube.
Zoom works perfectly on Linux. Here I will show you the simplest way to install the Zoom client on Ubuntu.
Kdenlive 21.08 now requires MLT7, which comes with a new time remapping feature and a more stable and concise code base.
HandBrake is a free video converter compatible with Linux, Windows, and MacOS. It is a program used in ripping and converting video files.
In this article, we have compiled a list of what we think are the five best Linux video players and thoroughly discussed their features.