Want to get in on the newest video editor to hit the open-source scene? Olive Video Editor is a free non-linear video editor aiming to provide a fully-featured alternative to high-end professional video editing software. Olive is making rapid progress and users are already producing videos with it, but it’s still currently in alpha. What this means is that I wouldn’t necessarily edit a feature or anything important that I may want to enter into a film festival, but I would certainly mess around with it to see how it works and see if it can possibly turn into a viable alternative in the future. Olive is making rapid progress and users are already producing videos with it, but it’s still incomplete and not fully stable. Regardless they invite you to download the latest build and try it out for yourself. New features are being added every day; and, even if Olive is missing something you need, come back in a month or two and it’s possible it will have been implemented. This is an exciting opportunity to get in at the early stages of a new NLE! Are you ready to try it out?
2 thoughts on “A New NLE Video Editor!!”
Most editing software like this one works well on older machines that wouldn’t be able to run the latest DaVinci or Premiere Pro. It’s great for practicing editing until you find your groove and are ready to step up to the paid-for software.
I myself mostly use Resolve Studio for my personal and paid work. The freeware creative software is awesome for providing creative tools to the zero-budget crowd/projects.